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Speedometer does not always work 95 cherokee orvis need help

I have a 1995 jeep grand cherokee orvis 4.0 automatic transmission and the speedometer does not all ways work when I first use my jeep, then it will start working after a mile or two and it seem to be ok until it sits for a while. This just started what do i need to do????????????? REALY NEED HELP THANKS

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Sounds like the speedo sensor needs to be replace on the transmission. I've had a similar problem with my Jeep with the sopeedo not working then work after the tranny heats up then after a period of time the needle started to jump when at 100 km or 60 mph. I changed the sensor and the problem went away. Good luck!

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