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Old 03-11-2007, 10:15 PM
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Jumping/No Speedo

My speedometer has been jumping around for a while. I'm not sure if its a wiring issue or if the speedo itself is messed up. Does anymoe know what kind of signal the speedo gets? Pulsed, voltage, resistance, ect? I have an oscilloscope and serveral volt and ohm meters to test with. I'm suspecting the speedo itself because I can give it a hit, and it'll start working for a few seconds. But using a tester from the connector in the left of the center console to the connector at the gauges, the wire was always connectd no matter how i shook it...

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Old 03-12-2007, 12:36 AM
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My car does this also. Which is one reason why I have a GPS unit in the car.

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