Question about 1998 Ford Expedition
I took my 2004 4Runner in for regular maintenance yesterday. Service Advisor called and said mechanic recommended new battery, fuel induction service to clean up carbon build up, replace cabin and air filter.
Picked up vehicle and notice when I got on highway the speedometer was not working. Took vehicle back and after diagnostic was told the cluster was no receiving information. Tachometer works, lights work, A/C works, radio/CD work.
I have had nothing sympomatic to indicate there was a problem with speedometer. Could battery replacement or other electrical diagnostic have shorted out the cluster?
Clean all grounds ----battery to frame and frame to engine, and let me know. even if they look clean ensure the are tight.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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