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On a 2000 dodge durango the speedometer is not working.

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  • deloraweaver Sep 30, 2009

    What would the problem be with the actual gauge? What would I do if it is the gauge, and is there a way to test the gauge first to narrow down the actual problem?

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One of 3 things, the speed sensor, the wiring fromt he speed sensor or the actual guage on the dashboard. Usually most common is the speed sensor (mounts either on the trans or the rear differential) and should be $20-$40 at the local auto parts store.... Should be able to change in 10-20 min depending on your skill set.. Also check the wiring right at the sensor as it sometimes corrodes and will cause a break in the line (under the rubber coating) and you won't be able to tell the wire is broken inside so a volt meter really helps if replacing the sensor doesn't work

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