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2002 jeep liberty speedometer not working and sometimes it stalls when coming to a stop meter reads 500 ?

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Could be the speed sensor has loose wiring. Speed sensor is usually located on the end of the transmission housing. Here is a link to the same problem by another person and a possible solution.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081103061522AAGxZYf

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