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Old March 10th, 2009, 11:38 AM
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Odometer Problem

I just hit 70k miles...however it is stuck about halfway. The numbers are all half except for the current mile (The number on the far right spins right...it just goes from 0-9 but all of the other numbers stay the same. What should I do to fix this problem?

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Old March 10th, 2009, 01:31 PM
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Sounds like it may just be busted. If it was stuck, and nothing was spinning, I'd say click on the link in my signature. But if the 1/10 wheel is spinning, then it sounds like something may have broken internally.

A registered Speedo shop may be your best bet.

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My 0-9 kept spinning after I hit 100k but didn't change anything else and I used Hans' solution and it has been working fine ever since.
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Huh, I guess it's worth a try then. I was wondering if anybody had been successful with that fix I posted. Glad to hear it helped!

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Huh, I guess it's worth a try then. I was wondering if anybody had been successful with that fix I posted. Glad to hear it helped!

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Ya I was stuck at 100k for about oh 5 years. Finally got off my lazy ass and read your page and fixed it. I am at 100273 and counting now.
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