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    Default cuore speedometer-incorrect reading-pl help

    guys i have a 2004 cuore automatic. the speedometer is giving incorrect reading. for e.g it appears to me giving 10-15km/hr less than actual.

    can anyone advise where to get it repaired in Karachi? is there a good mechanic/electrician for such a problem?


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    Have you changed the tyre size from the original one?
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    how did u know that ur speedo is showing
    less?if u checked it via a GPS then remember that GPS speeds varies from speedo meter.
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    @zia1288...no i did not change the tyre size

    @zunny...i checked it with another friend's car moving along at the same speed..also my speedometer needle does not start at zero. instead it drops down even below zero when i stop.

    not sure where to get it checked..

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    Check the speedo meter cable for any lose joints etc.
    Be polite on the road. Always give way to others, particularly ambulances and pedestrians.

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    if its below zero at rest - your problem is right there.. open up the cluster and readjust the needle to zero resting point
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    thanks guys..

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