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Speedometer not showing correct speed

When running the Pacifica, it will not show the right speed. what's is the problem, will it be expensive to fix?

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After you verify that you have the correct tire size for that vehicle,

check the wiring / plug to that sensor

unbolt it and spin it by hand to make sure it does spin freely

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How far off is the speed? or does it bounce around at times? i have seen bad rectifiers in the alternator cause spiking of AC ripple through the speedo head. but if its off + or - manufactures say no more then 7% is within in specs.. also make sure the tires are the right size.
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Speedometer might need to be adjusted

Posted on Apr 11, 2015

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    it's an electronic VSS system... either his tires are wrong or he has a loose connection / wire exposed to that sensor

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Most likely a transmission speed input/output sensor. You need to have the transmission codes scanned to help isolate the problem. The sensors I believe are 50-75 dollars and maybe an hours labor to change. Scan first to make sure.

Posted on Apr 11, 2015

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