Question about Nissan Maxima
The speed sensor is bad can give a weird reading. If you disconnect the odometer, then see if other gauges get effected. After disconnecting the odometer cable, the other gauges continue the problem then there is a problem with the instrument. If you don't see problem after disconnecting the odometer cable then there is a problem with the speed sensor.
How do you know the car is not overheating if your temperature gauge is not reading correctly. If you disconnect the coolant sensor on top of block engine, what is the display? The coolant sensor is the most common part to be replace first if you don't have high temp reading after remove the sensor wire. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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