Question about 1995 Isuzu Rodeo
Take out the speedometer gear and hook it to a cordless dril (electric drills might spin it too fast). Turn the ignition to the "on" position, but do not start the car. Have someone watch the speedometer from inside the vehicle as you spin it.
If the speedometer gauge works and stays constant, then you know your problem is with the drive gear or the worm gear on the inside of the transmission.
If it doesn't work, then you know that there is an electrical issue with the speed sensor circuit or something in the gauge cluster is broken.
I had a problem in my Explorer with the speedometer gauge jumping around (and that really messes with teh 4WD system). I chased it for a couple of weeks only to find out that the nut that secures the worm gear for the speedometer in the transmission was loose and devoured the drive gear.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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