trying to diagnose why my speedometer is not working. want to check terminal 13 of the instrument cluster connector. but I'm not to sure how to unclip connector. I really don't want to break anything and I know I'm doing it wrong. I already removed the speed sensor connector. didn't get any voltage there and now need to check for continuity.
11-12-2011 06:38 PM
11-13-2011 02:20 PM
was able to get connector off. took instrument panel off and noticed some corrosion and belive this is the problem. a little leary about taking cable out and inspecting. was thinking of hardwiring. but unsure which of connector wires go to where. looks like I have 3 hard points to connect wire to on speedo. some pictures.
http://imgur.com/a/xp10dtook off instrument panel today. took off speed/tach circuit ribbon. used a fiberglass pen and cleaned corrosion. noticed breack in the speedometer circuit and some other thining on sone other circuits. used a circit writer and filled in the gaps, dried with heatgun on low. reassembled and now works like a charm. this was all do to jeepforum, without the help of another members I would have never even would have attemped this repair. read, read and more read. great site.http://imgur.com/a/xp10d
01-23-2013 03:20 PM
just to update. the repaired ribbon worked for a while but it broke again. I searched on ebay for another cluster that was cheap and had a good ribbon. I didn't care how many miles was on the ebay cluster I just wanted the ribbon. Found one for $50.00 and bought it. switched it to mine and now I am good to go. A word of caution, if you have a water issue tackle that before you do this. My problem arose because of a bad windshield seal.