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In 1990 most Automatics had a cable driven speedo. If not...were it is connected to the trani there is 1 bolt holding in the electric speedo unit. Check the connection and or replace the speed sensor that the bolt is holding in
I had same problem with wifes 307 estate but also had ABS light showing, removed cover on near side front wheel arch to check ABS ECU and found a wire fitted with a fuse that had blown, replaced fuse and speedo now working, ABS light still showing but am working on it, but now the ignition will not switch off and sometimes the engine continues to run on so we have to stall the engine to stop itas soon as I fix these problemsI intend to sell the car on, it has been a knightmare I suggest you do the same
ok if its a cable driven speedo then the cable has snapped or the speedo drive that goes into the gearbox is gone ,,also if its electric speedo then id go with the electric speedo in the gearbox ,,,a ten mil nut holds it in and it goes straight down into the gearbox,,youl see it from under the bonnet ,,