Question about 2001 Ford Focus
This is most likely the speed sensor or the Gauge itself. Unfortunately Ford dealers don't have, at least I have never found one, any service that is moderately priced. The gauge most likely comes as a cluster which means you have to buy the whole dash cluster to replace it. The test to identify which it is should run about $50 to $60 but the part itself will depend on how the part can be obtained and which part is actually bad. Your probably looking at $200 to $300 at the dealer depending on which part it is and what has to be opened up to make the repair.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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