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Odometer not working toyota

My 2004 corrola just turned 299999 miles and wont turn over. not sure what to do about it. im really curious how many miles i can get on it since it runs so good.

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Toyota is a very good vehicle. If you take care of it, it will take care of you. I have known some to have 500,000 miles on them. One fella even put 1000000 on his, drove it to toyota and they gave him a new one because they were so impressed

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SOURCE: Brake lights wont work! All others do!

I just had the same problem on my '04 Silverado. All it was was corrosion in the socket/bulb. Put some dialectic grease on both the bulbs and worked them in and out a couple of times and now they work fine. Was weird that they both went out suddenly and together but I guess they are made exactly the same.

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SOURCE: odometer not counting

On a 90 model the condition is every thing and the mileage is of little concern unless its more than 200 thou but the good run good looks and every thing working is worth more on this 20 year old CLUNKER The speedometer out of a junk truck is puickest and easyest. Hope you can find a yard that hadnt crushed em all as the metal in your truck was worth more than you can sell it for running just a few years ago and its still worth almost $300 on the metal scales right now. Government thought the cars program will give you $3500 towrds a new car or truck just to get it off the road so they can put it to sleep forever

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SOURCE: 95 toyota camry died and turns over but wont crank

same thing happened to my sons' Aries. we replaced timing belt and everything worked great> to confirm broken timing belt, remove valve cover >crank engine over and watch valve train, no movement= broken belt. you can check tech manual but as previously stated if this is not an interferance engine, cranking engine won't run a piston into an open valve. good luck.

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SOURCE: 2004 Volvo XC90 103K miles.Car not starting, not

check starter wire and test starter

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SOURCE: MPH hour gauge not working. 99 subaru legacy outback

the speedometer/odometer problem sounds like the vehicle speed sensor, which is ususally found on your front wheels, the stalling out sounds like an unrelated problem, but i couldnt tell you where to start for that one

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Testimonial: "So since this is a AWD vehicle that means there are 2 vehicle speed sensors right? Any idea on where they would be located and how to change them? thank you for the feedback"

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If the dealer/mechanic did the service early the light will come on when service is DUE. Go back to him and have it turned off. Search the web someone may have the procedure posted. Usually simple. Google "Toyota service light reset" or "Toyota Maintence light reset" Try this one
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Turn the key ON

Look at the odometer, and verify that it displays "ODO" and the total mileage traveled. If it is on "Trip A" or "Trip B", press the black stick next to the odometer to read "ODO", and the total miles traveled.

Turn the key OFF.

Press in, and HOLD the black trip meter reset button, hold it in.
DO not release it.

Turn the key ON

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Release the black trip meter reset stick.

This completes the reset procedure, and it will be back on in 5,000 miles, to remind you of you next oil change2.gif.

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I get many calls a week for this procedure...
This is really easy! Follow these directions:

Turn the key ON

Look at the odometer, and verify that it displays "ODO" and the total mileage traveled. If it is on "Trip A" or "Trip B", press the black stick next to the odometer to read "ODO", and the total miles traveled.

Turn the key OFF.

Press in, and HOLD the black trip meter reset button, hold it in.
DO not release it.

Turn the key ON; do not start the car.

Observe the Odometer display. The total mileage traveled will disappear, and you will see 5 dashes, then 4, then 3, then 2, then 1 dash, and finally, 5 zeros. Then, the total mileage traveled will redisplay.

Release the black trip meter reset stick.

This completes the reset procedure, and it will be back on in 5,000 miles, to remind you of you next oil change.

Hope this helps!

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