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My 1999 jeep cherokee speedometer does not work how do i fix it

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There is a speed sensor onthe rearend its located at the top of the housing there is a wire conector to it you need a 10 mm wrench to remove the bolt and pull up on the sensor to remove it push the new sensor in and install the 10 mm bolt and wire end this should cover it

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