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Find the Vehicle speed sensor (VSS) and replace it (not very expensive) - that may well be the cause. This will be mounted on the gearbox with wires coming from it. Could also be loose connection behind the speedometer, or bad connection from the VSS.

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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How do I fix speedometer that is stuck below zero?


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When you say the speedometer does not work, do you mean the needle is stuck at certain speed or is at zero all the time.. If it is at zero all the time, replace your meter. If it's stuck at certain speed, give it a knock with your fingers. And if that do not work, drill a pin hole with a fine drill just above the position where the needle is stuck and using a fine thin wire, push the needle back to zero position.

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Pull the rubber trip reset pin out slowly so all you see is the hole & the shaft. Take a long tin-tie (about 5 inch) & fish it inside the speedo to the needle & carefully bring it back counterclockwise when its back at least to "2-3 O'clock" hold it & turn your switch to coil...the needle will go back to zero. keep the tin-tie in your coin box if ever it happens again!

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