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On a digital display the default in U.S. is miles. Refer to your owner's manual or call dealer if you need to change it. A km is .6 of a mile, so just drive about 10 blocks (around a mile). If the odometer registers around 1 unit more it's probably miles, if it says close to 2 then it's probably km.
the odometer gets it drive signal from the spedometer so if the spedometer is working then the only thing that can be wrong is the drive circuit from the spedometer to the odometer, the only thing you can do is replace the spedometer assembly, and now the bad news the spedometer on this car has its own computer that has to be programed to match with the other computers on the car so if you get a used or new unit you will have to take the car to GM and have the computer flashed so that it will work with all the other computers on the car.....good luck
sounds like wiring to rear speed sensor in rear differential or speed sensor itself..check wiring and connector to speed sensor..if looks ok..remove sensor and check for any damage to end of sensor..if ok..i would replace sensor..might be able to get aftermarket,if not,dealer part..most likely cause of your problem..i have seen this before..i hope this helps
My nephew has a 96 taurus also when his radio went out he noticed that his speedometer was not working as well so we check the fuses under the dashboard and found that a fuse from the radio memory was blown . We replaced it and the radio and speedometer and the odometer worked fine
this is a common problem on these you can try disconnecting the battery for a few minutes and reconnect see if they come back on. also giving the dash a whack on top helps sometimes it usually turns out to be the gauges have gone faulty and need replacement.
also you can try taking your battery to autozone for them to test as a bad battery can cause this.