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The plate inside that indicates the speed vibrated loose and keeps rotating around. odometer and "needle" still operate but the bottom plate with the speed marks on it came loose and is circulating around on the inside of the speedometer.

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Have to take it out of its mounting cup, and take the guage its self apart to re-mount the number plate.

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needle too small or machine out of time. to time machine theres a mark on needle bar. lower needle bar till mark shows and raise bar till even with bar guide. take off feeder plate so u can see needle in relation to hook. when mark on needel bar is even with bar guide the hook should be 1/16 fron passing the needle. if not loosen 3 screws and trial and error it to get it right. use a small screwdriver and tighten just on screw when u hab aglined the hook to needle. do a full rotation and watch where needle is and needle bar mark. needel should be as clost to hook without touching.

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My odometer working but not speedometer in a 06 jeep commander what can i do to fix?


that is a serious problem on any newer car,
its all electronic and FORT KNOX , tight.
The PCM runs that speedo and odemeter and are now not related
to the insides of the speedo head, like list 100 years. 1900 to now.
POWER TRAIN control MODULE, (old name ECU/ECM)
the PCM stores the miles and then sends them to the Cluster. via the comm bus. (sometimes the BCM is the middle man here)
TIPM (Total Integrated Power Module)
the PCM also knows car speed, at all times, (VSS sensor)
and sends live speed data, full time to the head.
so scan it. Not doing a scan is FAIL time. a NO WIN deal.
take a scan tool and scan it. see what errors you get.???????

Like VSS dead.? or comm bus errors?, or cluster module errors.?
or? or?

that is first.
also on the newer cars 1998+? there is self test in the FSM.
the FSM is a book , (sold at dealers) and is factory service manual
and in said manual there are the self tests. (for sure)
only how , is a question !!!
on mine.
you push buttons and key actions, then the CLUSTER does its a dance. it wags all gauges. etc.
if the speed dont wag the head is bad.

my 08 jeep, I can do this.
on older years, only the dealer scan tool DRB or? can only do that.

RTM , read the FSM or get it serviced.
there are only 2 choices, on cars now.
1 RTM or 2 get help.
You can not fix modern cars without this manual.
nor with out a scan tool. (I use Innova 3160 to cover jeeps)

alldata.com may have these checks.
costs $15 to look.
alldata, is a on line virtual FSM. and is the best one, lacking the real thing.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEeIuTWjdlg


the below ONLY checks the cluster. !!!

my 08 FSM states: pg 1757
quote
Holding the odometer/trip odometer push button depressed while turning the ignition
switch from the OFF position to the ON position will initiate the CCN self-diagnostic actuator test.
end quote.
now the full page

The instrument cluster actuator test will put the instrument cluster into its self-diagnostic mode. In this mode the
instrument cluster can perform a self-diagnostic test that will confirm that the instrument cluster circuitry, the
gauges and the indicators are capable of operating as designed. During the actuator test the instrument cluster
circuitry will position each of the gauge needles at various calibration points, illuminate each of the segments in
the Vacuum-Fluorescent Display (VFD) units, and turn all of the indicators ON and OFF again.
Successful completion of the actuator test will confirm that the instrument cluster is operational. However, there
may still be a problem with the CAN or LIN data bus, the Powertrain Control Module (PCM), the Totally
Integrated Power Module (TIPM), the Controller Antilock Brake (CAB), the All-Wheel Drive Control Module
(AWDCM), the Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC), the compass module, the Sentry Key REmote Entry
Module (SKREEM) (also known as the Wireless Control Module/WCM), or the inputs to one of these
electronic control modules. Use a diagnostic scan tool to diagnose these components. Refer to the appropriate
diagnostic information.
1. Begin the test with the ignition switch in the OFF position.
2. Depress the odometer/trip odometer switch button.
3. While still holding the odometer/trip odometer switch button depressed, turn the ignition switch to the
ON position, but do not start the engine.
4. Release the odometer/trip odometer switch button.
5. The instrument cluster will simultaneously begin to illuminate all of the operational segments in the VFD
units, and perform a bulb check of each operational LED indicator. The VFD segments and LED
indicators remain illuminated as each gauge needle is swept to several calibration points and back. If a
VFD segment or an LED indicator fails to illuminate, or if a gauge needle fails to sweep through the
calibration points and back during this test, the instrument cluster must be replaced.
6. The actuator test is now completed. The instrument cluster will automatically exit the self-diagnostic
mode and return to normal operation at the completion of the test. The actuator test will be aborted if the
ignition switch is turned to the OFF position, or if an electronic vehicle speed message indicating that the
vehicle is moving is received over the CAN data bus during the test.
7. Go back to step 1 to repeat the test, if necessary.

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Slippage
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