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I was just driving down the road, and my speedometer just rocketed up past 120 mph, and the stays there, and climes past the numbers, the lowest it will drop down is 100 mph when im stopped, it wont go back down to 0, how do i fix this?

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Sounds like you need a new accelerator cable

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