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I BELIEVE THIS IS AN ELECTRONIC MOTOR SPEEDO. YOU MAY WANT TO CONTACT A COMPANY CALLED BBA REMEN.COM OR SPEEDOTECH. THE CLUSTERS HAVE SMALL ELECTRONIC MOTORS WHICH CONTROL THE GAUGES AND ARE PRONE TO FAILURE, MUCH CHEAPER TO SEND OFF THE CLUSTER TO REPAIR THAN TO REPLACE.
If trans is still shifting its most likely a blown cluster fuse or bad cluster.If you have a check engine light & trans don't shift most likely blown trans fuse or trans vss (speedo) harness at right drive axle broken puple with white stripe wire or light green wire with black stripe
I have a 1991 nissan primera 4wd, I have been fixing it up for a couple of months and i went and took it for a test drive the other day, that was when i realised my speedo wasnt working at all, it wasnt lighting up when i turned on my lights and the needle wasnt moving but the taco and everything else on the dash is working perfectly fine. How do i fix it?
the common faults with most n13 pulsar dash clusters come from the rear circuitry where theey are all running to their respective gauges . heat and time finally get to the circuits and they let go causing a very small crack in the line causing no voltage to the gauge. easy to fix with a soldering iron and lots of patience .. good luck
I don't know what is causing this problem, but I know phil140701's answer is completely wrong on two counts. First, 740 Volvos starting at least in 1986 have electronic speedometers and no cable. There is an electronic sensor on the differential which sends a signal to the speedometer cluster. Second, if it were strictly mechanical with a cable then the voltage regulator could have no effect on it at all.
sounds like an electrical problem... check the Huge blue fuse under the hood on the right block of the fuse clusters..... THere are two "ign" fuses u want the one on the right..... This panel is located just behind the power steering pump you will need to pull out and lift up to get it out :) hope this helps