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Speedometer is not working isnt conected to the transmission

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  • hisbadness Nov 21, 2008

    I installed a remote starter on my 2005 4x2 tacoma and now the spedomoter or odomater do not work...help

  • hisbadness Nov 21, 2008

    the spedometer and odometer do not work on my 2005 toyota tacoma but the fuel gauge and the temperature gage do work

  • bikeco Jan 28, 2009

    I have 2005 4runner and the speedo will stop working for a few days and all of a sudden will start working again.It does make noise from time to time as well.I am also having similar problems with temp gauges in the speedo gauge as well

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1993 toyota pickup 4wd 3.0l the odometer does not work, but the every gagues are working okay. need help!

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Try your question another way, I don't understand what you need.

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