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My speedo now reads 35 mph at a stop. So when I am on the freeway doing 75 the speedo says 110 and of course I had to go faster just to see :lol
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This happened to me while I was just cruising around one day - The guages recalibrate when ever you start the car - I started and shut-down the SSR about 8 to 12 times over 30 min and everything got back to normal - I have had no problems since...
 

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beer100: You really are going to have to tighten up your precision! Six decimal places just doesn't cut it! :)

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The speedometer cluster is now fixed. Only took three days but in the process of the dealer removing the dash the ac was not working in two of the four air ducts. Thanks to a post on this site I knew exactly what the cause was. Called dealer and they dispatched a mobile service tech to my home.
 

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fourhounds said:
The speedometer cluster is now fixed. Only took three days but in the process of the dealer removing the dash the ac was not working in two of the four air ducts. Thanks to a post on this site I knew exactly what the cause was. Called dealer and they dispatched a mobile service tech to my home.

Mobile service tech? :confused :confused :confused
That sounds nice........ :)
 

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I ran into this problem yesterday.

I left my SSR out of the garage (with the top down) for about an hour. The sun was shining on the speedometer. When I started the SSR and drove out of my driveway I was already doing 15 MPH at a near stand still.

After the dash cooled down and I pulled off on a side road to do a power down and restart, the speedometer seemed to get back to reality.

I'm assuming others that have experienced this problem and had it "fixed" had the SSR gauge cluster (including the speedometer) replaced?

Also, my 0 (zero) MPH (dead stop) actually has the needle about 2 MPH below zero now..
 
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