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Ae102 speedo problem

My speedo wanders all over the place when the engine is warm i changed instrument cluster but no difference would it be the sensor in the gearbox phil

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    my 1996 toyota corolla idles rough when the ac is on and in drive ,i change the throttle body and no help.

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check the relays under the kick panel on drivers side...maybe switch them around and see if that works....sometimes corrolas will do the same thing.check the ones under the hood also.

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