I changed the speedometer on my 96 bronco and now there's a beeping coming from under the dash and my alternator wont work

Asked by Nov 17, 2013 at 11:49 AM about the 1996 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My speedometer quit working so I went to junk yard and got a different one which
works , but since then there is a beeping from under the dashboard that wasnt there
before and my alternator quit working so I replaced it and the cables , then took the
battery out my truck thinking that could be it but no difference

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Are all the components of the dash properly plugged in? Are all harnesses snapped all the way in place? Could anything else under there have come unplugged/or loose while you where working under the dash? Could something have shorted out while you were under dash causing a blown fuse or two?

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I checked all the fuses and there good im going to pull it apart again and put the old speedo back in and see if it fixes it

I figured it out . The speedo cluster has to be 96 only they changed mother boards in 95 and 97

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