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My Pride Quantum Edge mileage odometer is stuck on 213 miles. Is there a way to reactivate it?

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mostly you need a new cluster so you need to find one with the same mileage or close to it look in the junk yard its cheaper and you can get lucky to find one with the same miles

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Push the little rod that sticks out

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SOURCE: odometer reset does not reset mileage. no movement.

Sounds like the plastic plunger is damaged or had dislodged from its hole. Try wiggling it as you push gently. If this works than it is damaged or warn to the point that it misaligned with the hole.

Posted on May 07, 2009

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there is a steel braided cable located at the back of your speedo panel that connects it to the tranny, this cable rotates from the point it connects to the tranny and transmits it to your panel. this cable may have snapped. pull out the panel, take out the cable and replace.

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My 2002 Saturn L100 odometer stopped working and isn't clocking miles at all.


Odometer
The odometer is an electronic digital display. Digits displayed are illuminated by the odometer backlight bulb. The odometer backlight bulb brightness is controlled by class 2 messages from the BCM to adjust the display for daylight and instrument panel dimming operation. The trip odometer and total odometer will show in this display area. The push button in the lower right side of the speedometer is used to toggle between the trip and total odometer readings. To reset the trip odometer, push and hold the button down for at least two seconds. The total odometer display has six digits with no decimal display. The trip odometer has four digits including a decimal point and indicates tenths of a mile or kilometer.
The body control module (BCM) stores the vehicle mileage. If the BCM fails, the cluster will display the last valid mileage that was sent before the BCM failed. For replacement of the BCM refer to the BCM section of this service manual. Replacement instrument clusters do not require odometer pre-setting before installation. If the instrument cluster is replaced, the mileage stored in the BCM will be sent to the new cluster via serial data, and shown in the odometer display.

Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop.

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Do the miles transfer when changing cluster on 2004 mazda 3


A magician might be able to do that, but no mechanic can. Whatever miles is on the cluster from the previous car-that's what your "new" mileage is. Write it down when installed, then you can always figure the true miles on your car and engine by comparing the old cluster's odometer with the new one. See? The old odometer is the true mileage. Whatever miles you put on the new odometer should be added to the old odometer's miles to give a true mileage of the car and engine.

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Odometer stopped working


How many miles are on this vehicle? I ask because the odometers in these car stop working around the 140k to 170k mark. Did the button comeback? Is this the mileage on the digital or analog trip meter?
The process to change the odometer gear is fairly straight forward and takes less than $20 and an hour. Let me know.

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I have a 1997 honda accord the odometer has stopped working it just turned over to 139999 it is stuck between the next number140000.What do I have to do?


the 10,000 gear has worn out. Even if you could somehow "jog" the odometer
to the next number, it would likely
encounter the same problem trying to transition from 149999 to 150000.

Your option is replacement, or do what 99.999% of car owners do when the Odometer quits - ignore it.
Or set the trip odometer to zero, and never touch it again - thereby you can calculate the
total mileage by adding the trip odometer value to 140000.

Knowing the current odometer mileage is valuable for a Honda Accord owner with 140K miles, since
you want to keep up the regular maintenance intervals for your car - if you do, you 97 Accord
will likely travel past the 200K miles mark, and eventually approach 250K miles (like my Accord).

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My required matenance light came on in my 2007 scion tc is this a very serious problem


Make sure the car is in "off" position.
Press and hold the odometer button.
While pressing the button switch the starter to 'on' position.
You will see 5 lines appearing on the odometer display. The lines will vanish one by one.
Release the odometer button.
Light will be off!!!!!

(Note: each line on the odometer display represents1000 miles. I5 lines mean 5000 miles, meaning that the light will be turning on after 5000 miles. To reduce the mileage to, lets say 3000 miles, realease the odometer button if 2 lines are vanisahed)

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Im buying a motor at the junk yard it has 98000 miles do i need to buy the odometer or just the icm so i know how many miles are on the motor im buying i dont want to have my old odometer reading since...


It is illegal to change the Cluster or modify the odometer reading , unless the mileage on the cluster in your car now is documented, the mileage and date of the new cluster when installed is also documented. You do not have to change the cluster just because you change the motor. The mileage only is there for the vehicle not for the engine. Hope this helps, Not sure if you were asking about the legal aspects. Cobra.. :-)

Jun 12, 2010 | 2002 Ford Explorer

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Odometer reset does not reset mileage. no movement.


Sounds like the plastic plunger is damaged or had dislodged from its hole. Try wiggling it as you push gently. If this works than it is damaged or warn to the point that it misaligned with the hole.

May 07, 2009 | 2003 Hyundai Accent

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94 Honda Accord with stopped mile counter


You will need to pull the speedometer out and have the odometer (u call mileage counter) repaired, the little drive gear that comes off the speedometer to operate the odometer has failed or broken.

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Stuck odometer


mostly you need a new cluster so you need to find one with the same mileage or close to it look in the junk yard its cheaper and you can get lucky to find one with the same miles

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Odometer discrepincy


It is actually impossible to change the mileage on that odometer. The ONLY way to insert a new mileage number is to completly replace the insturment cluster, and reprogram the mileage with the GM scan tool. Once the car has even .1 miles on it, you can not change the clusters mileage.

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