Question about Ford F
Several Suggestions,1 the wiring on the back of the Instrument panel,corrosion found on many early focuses to circuitry on binnicles, another is the sensor on the back of the gear box,not easily accesable but under £30 for part if fit self, nearer £140 and no guarentee at Garage! Failing this look on web pages for others having same issues..theres enough of them!
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Fiesta 06 my speedo has stopped work and the mileage the rest of the dash works.
Posted on Dec 26, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The cable probably came disconnected. Check the transmission side first as it's easier. Black cable, starts at the gauges, and runs through the firewall. Most just come unscrewed over time and fall down in the dash.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
hi this is a common fault on the focus its usally a faulty speedo sensor that is fitted in the gearbox
if you open the bonnet and look bettween the engine and gearbox and towards the firewall/bulkhead
you will see the speedo sensor held in with a small steel roll pin remove the roll pin and pull the sensor out and dissconnect the wires to it and peplace it with a new sensor ,a healthy dose of wd40 penetrating spray will help to get the sensor out
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
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