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Just got my car back from the body shop and the odometer / trip meter isnt workin (ie: its not rolling). Its a 98 Mustang GT so its got the analog meter. I ripped the instrument cluster out and its all connected, everything's set on the tranny. How does the Odometer run? is it a seperate gear or is it run off the speedo or what?
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If thats not the problem, then its the cable going to the cluster from the trans
Mine did the same thing. I swapped out my mileage with a cobra cluster and it was atually the electronics servo that initiates the gear to move! That was bad. It's mounted on the same panel(blue plastic)as the ododmeter and trip readings. It's a silver cylindrical thing.
well you could swap clusters and it should fix it, but on a stang, its cheaper the buy the little gear. On a ranger I picked up a cluster for 17 bux shipped because of low demand, and the gears were 25 + shipping, so I went with the cluster. On a stang, clusters are gonna be more expensive because of demand, the gear would more than likely be cheaper
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