what fuse do i change to make the speedometer work?

Asked by Jun 16, 2013 at 09:13 AM about the 2003 Ford Focus ZX5

Question type: General

just stop working.

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these do not have a cable but a sender and display...is your display reading "0" or nothing at all...the sender on the transmission could be at fault~

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Actually, this vehicle DOES have a cable. The first place I'd look is at the speed sensor in line with the speedometer cable at the transmission. They tend to fail by breaking internally and not driving the speedo cable. Kind of a bear to get to but not impossible. If that is the concern - you should pull the instrument cluster and check the speedo cable its self for kinks or damage and lubricate it before putting it back into service or risk the same failure.

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@tracy these dont have a cable I looked at the wiring diaram to be sure. It has speed sensors on the transmission. and shows the speedometer as part of the cluster processor.

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That's what I get for going to "Small Data" (aka All Data).

Your Answer:am really stuck aswell.I have a vvti ipsum 240U,model 2000.the speedometer is not reading.stuck at 0.everything is just ok.any advice please!! Lisbon

Speedometer stuck not working for 240 ipsum

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