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Old 06-17-2010, 07:03 PM   #1
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1995 SpeedoMETER not working

I'm working on a 95 Mustang 3.8/auto. The speedo and odometer stopped working. Other gauges work fine.
Is this the cluster?
Or is there a sensor in/on the trans that sends the speedo/odo signal?
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Old 06-21-2010, 02:22 PM   #2
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Anyone??
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there is a VSS sensor on the drivers side of the tranny that runs the speedo

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Thanks Starr. So I replaced the VSS and still have same problem. Any ideas?
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was there a plastic gear on the end of the VSS that goes into the tranny? Did the gear look ok and not chewed up?
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was there a plastic gear on the end of the VSS that goes into the tranny? Did the gear look ok and not chewed up?
Yea the gear was fine
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i had that problem once.
peel back the loom at the VSS connector.if the wires are melted together,seperate them and tape them up.
this may have killed the speedo/rpm gauge.
it will need to be replaced
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