Question about 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Its either your speedometer or your speedometer cable.
If it's these you will have to either have your speedometer gauge rebuilt or buy a whole new unit because they have to be re- calibrated. And if it's your speedometer cable I would also have a mechanic fix it. The cable is cheap but the gauges you can't fix on your own. So most places rebuild them and it's around $90-180.00 to rebuild them and they have to take the whole cluster gauges out all of them in the unit and they will usually replace burned out bulbs and fix the plastic gears in the gauges these are what usually fails before the speedometer cable.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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