Question about 1993 K1500
speedo which in turn afftects the tranny. I am at a lost with this thing. The ECM or TCM may be the culprit, its also possible that a ground wire is no longer grounded or partially grounded giving you
Speedo erratic My speedo works from engine start for about 15 - 30 mins and then zeroes. can anyone tell me if it is the instrument or a sensor. And if sensor problem where located. Toyota Celica ST 1
Question about 1995 Celica
speedo and erratic fuel guage (when below half full) at about same time. I got the instrument cluster tested - no fault found. I fitted a new speed sensor - no change. I looked at the three electrical
Erratic Speedo operation 02 Lancer auto The speedo seems to just quit and stays at 60.Sometimes I wack the dash and it starts working and other times it just sits there until I turn the key off.The ...
...speedo is erratic, is telling me that the sensor needs to be replaced, as it is telling the ecu (which tells the speedo) the incorrect signal as well as the transmission......hopefully, easy fix this ...
erratic and reads the wrong speed. Tach is working fine. Any suggestions? Your speedo head is either bad or your speedo drive cable is bad. Remove the cable and check it. If it's good, then the speedo
speedometor erratic reads 50 when stopped and 130 when traveling 80 not sure if this a electronic type speedo then i suspect the speedo head is suspect
Question about 2005 Tahoe
speedo intermittently becomes erratic. I have only had the car for three months and this issue came up about three weeks after getting it. On ocassions the speedo acts like the tacho, as you push down
speedo go from min to max constantly, gas gauge reafds max all icons erratic; above idle , the display goes blanck, engine starts and runs fine both forward and reverse, what could cause this ? Thanks
Question about 2001 FLHTCUI Electra Glide Ultra Classic
erratic speedometer on my 01 electra glide Sounds as tho your speedo drive unit has went bad Clean the speed sensor. It's located on the right side of the transmission. They pick up metal from inside ...
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