Question about 1998 Ford Escort
Speedometer stuck on 0 it doesn't work. how do i fix it
You may need a vehicle speed sensor that is located on the transmission which you can see by looking down towards the passenger side of the transmission housing.. it sticks straight up with a wire connector attached to it. it usually takes a 10 or 11 mmm wrench to remove it. hope this helps, please leave comment.
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