Question about 1999 Ford Expedition
Is there any way to fix the short in the odometer? I know at least two other people with this same issue. Its hard to track mileage or even figure your MPG when you can only see the odometer light up sparatically.
Better just to get another one from a salvage yard. real easy to change out vs. sending it off to be rebuilt
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Here is the fix for this. I did mine on a '99 Expedition, took about 30mins, easy to follow the instructions and pictures given by dakota_viking on ford-trucks.com/forums.
You'll need these tools. 9/32 or 7mm sockets, 15-Torqx bit or a tiny socket may even work, a flathead screwdriver.
You'll need a simple soldering iron/pencil, 30Watt is plenty.
Most auto parts stores and even wall-mart have these around $6-7. Soft cloth to place between dash plastic and screwdriver or other pry tool.
Save yourself @ $300.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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