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1997 Ford Mustang Speedo not working

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My speedo has just decided not to work.... no evidence of anything else being a problem. Is this something that can be fixed easily, has anyone experienced the same problems - please advise as I don't know what the next step is.

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I think that there may be a component inside the instrument cluster that wears out. Call you local ford shop and ask if there is a replacement piece for speedo in cluster. We have a ford junkey that fixes all of our used car one's.

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