Question about 1994 Lexus LS 400
Earlier today while I was driving my 1990 LS400 my speedometer needle dropped below 0 and would no longer guage my speed. It has been off by almost 10 mph anyway. I'm wondering if this a problem that I can take care of myself or should I see a mechanic?
Does it now rest at zero with car stopped? if it doesn't then probably the little spring called the clock spring is broken. on most cars it's pretty involved to fix this, you will have to take the dash apart to get to it. hope that helps
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