Okay,for one,the odometer doesnt read in miles per hr,it reads miles driven, and two i have no idea if its possible to change the odometer to km traveled,if you're talking about the speedometer,its already there,get a european cluster :p
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On a digital display the default in U.S. is miles. Refer to your owner's manual or call dealer if you need to change it. A km is .6 of a mile, so just drive about 10 blocks (around a mile). If the odometer registers around 1 unit more it's probably miles, if it says close to 2 then it's probably km.
You will most likely have to have a dealer order a different inst. cluster that is set up for miles. This is not a warranty condition and you would have to pay to do this. Dealer will call order in with VIN number and KM and the cluster exchange company will calculate how many mile it equates to and preprogram cluster.
if when you get to 30 miles per hour the rpms are excessively high then the 3rd gear on you're transmission is out. you can try changing the transmission filter and fluid but most likely will not help and you will have to replace the transmission or have it rebuilt anyways. I'm assuming its an automatic transmit ion and therefore if high rpms at 30 miles per hour its sadly the transmission
A magician might be able to do that, but no mechanic can. Whatever miles is on the cluster from the previous car-that's what your "new" mileage is. Write it down when installed, then you can always figure the true miles on your car and engine by comparing the old cluster's odometer with the new one. See? The old odometer is the true mileage. Whatever miles you put on the new odometer should be added to the old odometer's miles to give a true mileage of the car and engine.
If I'm not mistaking on that model if you hold the trip/reset button while the odometer is on the miles ( not trip a or b) for a few seconds it should go back to mph. Let me know if this helps. Chevy's can be done a couple ways. But I think for yours this is it.