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I have a 1990 ford na fairlane with digital speedo and taco. At the moment it's not reading the speed, kms travelled or kms on the clock. And the gear box is also slipping?

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Your electronic speed sensor has failed. Replace the speed sensor and all will be right again... inexpensive part and relatively easy replacement.

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