Question about 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe
I have just replaced speed senser and gear that slides in the senser its self its been around a month and doing the same thing again
speedometer senser is jumping erraticaly.went to dealer ship to get it tested they told me the senser did not shoot any electrical fault codes so.
they were not going to replace part.also have changed the other 3 sensers as well,have had the speedsenser output gear checked and the teeth are still good
I had an Audi doing exactly the same. What happened was that through time, especially if the vehicle gets older with a higher milage, dust and dirt gets into the speedometer itself and causes all the small gears to get sticky. I opened it and lubricated all the small moving parts inside and all were ok. Try it before buying a new speedometer. (I'm talking about the speedometer clock itself) Hope this info might help.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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