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Igniton off speedo reads 0 turn the car on it moves to 20 mph. drives normal just speedo is off by 20 mph or so.?? everything else works fine on the dash cluster

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If this is a newer car(within 10 years)you may have to have the bcm reset with a scan tool as some of these for some reason do this and its the only way to correct this.

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