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Re: Replace speedometer calbe
Its not the cable, there is no cable, your prob is the speedo, check all fuses first but u have answered it yourself if milage goes up the signal is there.
vss sensor is working.
has to be the clock.
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No I believe the speed ometer cable is broken.Dissconnect sppedometer cable from instrunent cluster,romove cable from back of speedometer &transmission case .romove speedometer from sppedometer cable housing if broken replace with new & make sure you grease cable when installing back in cale housing reconnect to transmission &back of speedometer.keep posting
It is more likely that the problem is the cable and not the speedo head.
Have you checked to see that the speedometer cable from the transmission is not broken?
The cable is inside a sleeve that screws on to the back of the speedometer.
It connect to the rear of the transmission with a 7/16 or 1/2 inch bolt. Best checked form under vehicle. Remove housing from Transmission and see if inner cable pull up and is not broken.
You will have not trouble telling if it is broken. The cable is covered in grease and is 6 - 7 feet long. A new cable is about $30.
If it is not the cable, google your year, make and model vehicle and "speedometer" Used one are $30-$80 and up
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PF is probably PE like mine, sometimes the bottome row of the liquid display doesn't work properly
PE is a Pressure Error - condition - The water level in Tub goes down during operation
Possible Causes ¥ The Circuit of Pressure Switch shorted or disconnected. ¥ Pressure Switch is troubled or disconnected ¥ The Controller is troubled. ¥ The Air Tube is kinked or damaged. Possible solutions ¥ Repair or replace the Circuit of Pressure Switch. ¥ Replace the Pressure Switch. ¥ Repair or replace the Controller. ¥ Remove the cause of kink or replace the Air Tube.
The most likely problem is the speedometer cable is broken, probably near the transmission. if it's the cable, probably under $10. Disconnect the housing at the transmission, and the cable is inside. Pull the cable out, it should be square at both ends. a broken cable is obvious. insert a good cable (with some appropriate cable lube) into the flexable cable housing, you might have to turn the cable a bit to get the end back in the speedometer. If it is broke , you will also have to disconnect the housing at the speedometer to get the other end out. You might be able to reach it from under the dash, but you might have to loosen the instrument cluster to reach it.
If your speedometer is not electronic, unfasten the speedometer cable from the back of the dashboard instrument assy. Replace the odometer & speedometer unit with another one. Reconect the speedometer cable. This should do the trick.
Most cars Speedometer cable connect to one of the front wheels, but you said your speedometer sometimes stop then your steering wheel will go stiff, I think you should fix or change your speedometer cable, maybe the cable broken inside. Fix it as soon as possible for your safety.
Speedometer cable has two parts, one is outside cable, mounted and connect to both speedometer and wheel.
The other one is an inside steel cable, outside cable protects the inside cable, because the inside cable turns as soon as you move the car. It is directly connect to the wheel gears and the speedometer inside.
If your car has speedometer cable, I think you need check it right away.
Your steering wheel sometimes stiff, you also need to check your power steering fluid level, sometimes cause this kind problem.
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