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The odometer works when it is cold and fades out when it is hot

It works when it is cold outside but fades when it is cold. it is accurate at all times though.

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If this is a digital odometer; it sounds like you may have some bad pixels. Unfortunately, there is no way around it if you already have the brightness on the odometer to the max, than to replace it.

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