Question about Car Audio & Video
Jack up the front of the car and support with jack stands then proceed to check all connections going to the transmission, it is a good idea to unplug the connections inspect and reconnect, if the problem still persists replace the speed sensor on the transmission. If the connection pins appear corroded in any way spray out with electrical cleaner and repeatedly plug in and unplug 4 - 5 times this usually wears off the corrosion returning good connections. You also may have loosen up a wire behind the dash related to the speedo, check the plug connectors back there if you can crawl under the dash and manage to see the connectors, you may need to remove the instrument cluster to do this, it is a good idea to puchase a haynes repair manual to guide you through such a job.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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