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CUSTOM WHEELS/TIRES SPEEDO PROBLEM

I PUT CUSTOM WHEELS AND TIRES ON MY 06 TITAN THAT ARE SLIGHTLY SHORTER THAN STOCK. THE SPEEDO IS SHOWING FASTER THAN ACTUAL SPEED. DEALER SAYS NO CALIBRATION IS POSSILBLE. ARE THEY RIGHT?

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Is the MIL light (check engine light )on?? If not than I wouldn't worry about it too much.

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Go to a reputable transmission shop and find out about re-calibrating your speed sensor. They should be able to take care of that for you.

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