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The odometer is part of the instrument panel and connected to the speedometer. It is used to determine distance traveled and due to problems with individuals and dealerships disconnecting the odometer, it is a federal offense to tamper with it. The odometer is used to give consumers information on how many miles are on the engine of a vehicle. It may be mechanical, electronic or both. If your odometer stops working in your Chevrolet, it may be due to a couple reasons.
Depending upon the year and model of your vehicle, the fix may be something you can do or something you may need to take to your dealership for repair. If neither of these indicators is working, then the problem may lie within the speed sensor on your vehicle.
First, check to ensure that your fuse is not blown.
If it is, replace it. This may fix the problem. If not, you may need to replace your speed sensor.
You will need to get under the vehicle, so be sure to do this safely. Depending upon your vehicle model, it may be on the bottom of the transmission or it may be on the side of the housing. It is a small plug with an electrical end. If only your odometer is not working, then the dash cluster may be the culprit. Should you need to replace it, here are the instructions for replacing the dash cluster. Start by parking your vehicle on a level surface and setting the parking brake.
Place your foot on the brake and tilt the steering wheel down if your vehicle is equipped with a tilt wheel. Shift the vehicle into the lowest position on the shifter. If you have clips, you can pull the bezel off the front, but if you have screws or bolts, you will need to use the proper tools to remove the bezel.
After you have it off, set it aside. This should take care of the odometer not working. If it does not, you may need to contact your dealership for more assistance. In some cases, the ECM may have a software problem that requires the assistance of a technician at the dealership.
It may be possible that the connection between the wiring harness and the cluster is loose. If you suspect that the cluster is fine, but the connection is bad, you can fix that by following the steps above to disconnect the cluster.
You can add white Lithium grease into the connection holes, then wipe the excess grease off the connector before plugging it back in. Odometers with old-style cables may need to have cables replaced. Check to ensure that the cable is still connected or replace if it is a bad cable.
Odometer and Speedometer not Working If neither of these indicators is working, then the problem may lie within the speed sensor on your vehicle. This should fix the problem that you are having with your odometer and speedometer.
Odometer not Working If only your odometer is not working, then the dash cluster may be the culprit.Silverado odometer not working
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