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My speedometer just got stuck at 60 on wont go back down

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And you haven't ran out of gas yet,,,,,, just kidding. Disconnect the speed sensor pug at the transmission. And start the car. If the speedo is still showing 60, you may have a bad gauge, as you are no longer sending a message from the transmission.

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