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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If one speed sensor goes out, it will make your speedo stop working. I believe the sensors are about 200 a piece. You'll have to take it to the dealership to find out which one is malfunctioning as there are 5 of them total (I'm pretty sure). They only charged me 30 to put it in as it is really easy and that way it is warrantied by them.
One other problem I had was with the electric brake controller on my truck went haywire and when I disconnected it, my speedo came back to life.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
More than likely one of the gears in the speedo is slipping on it's shaft. I have a Mercedes with the same proble. I doubt that this is a fixable problem short of replacing the unit. Contact a speedometer shop in a major metropolitan area and see what they say. If you live in the country or suburbs you're porobably out of luck.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for the help will talk to speedo shop. Regards Ray"
Just check the connection on the speedo sensor and the wiring that leads up till it gets to the main loom. There could be a loose connection there.
If thats ok then you will need to get the loom checked and the dash. It could be the dash is faulty..
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
Testimonial: "Hi Jason, Thank you for your help. I shall check that out today. Regards, Janel"
SOURCE: A while back the odometer
news doesnt sound good> your instrument cluster will need replaced and the odometer set by the dealer.
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
Testimonial: "Thankx, That's what I figured, I guess. was just looking for a trick, to fix."
By "normal lights" I assume you mean "low-beam headlamps"? If this is true, then you may either have burned out headlamp bulbs or a faulty low-beam headlamp relay or relay circuit.
Posted on Mar 24, 2012
Testimonial: "Thank you for your assistance. Burnt out low beam headlamp bulbs was the problem. They said it was unusual for both to go at the same time, but that's how it was. Your help was greatly appreciated. "
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