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99 Starex A/T HOLD warning flashes on the dashboard. what does it mean? Speedometer suddenly not working. What seems to be the problem and where do I go to have it fixed?

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    arthurdumana Mar 19, 2012

    check computer box it might have damage solinoid switch on your trany

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Weird,sounds like your battery connections are possibly loose, but
the car wouldn't start properly, or at all, if this was the case. You might just have a loose connection to the dashboard controls?
If you are up to the task, I'd remove the guage console,if you can,and make sure all the connections are tight. Good luck.

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