Question about Toyota Avalon
I recently replaced my fuel pump and fuel filter, now my speedometer is not working. All other gauges and lights around it are working, but the speedometer no longer moves. Also, I can no longer get my dash to display my instantaneous and average MPH. What should I do?
Run fault codes and look for a speed sensor problem . If the speedo is not reading then any other items requiring a computation of speed/ distance will not work either.
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Blown Fuse or fried Circuit board. Take to a local AutoZone, Advance, Murray's, O'reillys or a similar part house for them to check the wiring. I'm assuming the van does not use a mechanical Speedometer or Fuel Gauge.
On the plus side, with no speedometer, your indicated odometer mileage does not increase. Just keep your speed down and your tank full. Kidding, just kidding.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
check the fuses in your manual it will tell you which fuses are for the dash and replace them it sounds to me like they are blown! good luck
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
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