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Subaru Impreza Speedometre

The speedometre in my subaru impreza doesn't work properly, It goes straight to 60 - 80 miles per hour and stays there. The tempeture gauge doesn't move at all. Just the rev counter works. Does the whole clock need to be replaced or would a fuse or something just be gone in it?

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Yeah, i had this problem once... replace the speedometer and the whole system there.

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