Is it physically stuck there, or does the truck just think your going 100 mph or whatever? Check your vehicle speed sensor, it might be dirty or something. If its physically stuck, take off the dash cover and cluster cover and try to unstick it?
Check that and the vehicle speed sensor. If dirty or not connected properly, it could cause your truck to think your going 0 mph all the time, or 120 mph all the time.. or it just wont work at all. Maybe you knocked it while working. If not, then it must be something you changed?
if it stays at 120 even when you shut the truck off then take your dash cover off *it just pops off and then you got some screws on the clear plastic part* andflip your needle over to 0 mph because if you move the needleby hand to the second half of the gauge it will fall to 120 and wont work untill you flip it back over. i'm betting it just got stuck over there somehow *you can do the same thing with the rpm gauge and make it look like its maxed out at 6,000 rpm*
1998 Dakota Sport 4x4
Regular Cab Short Bed
5.2 V8 5 speed Manual
31x10.50 Federal Couragia M/T
that happened to me a few times whenever i disconnected the battery.. i drove down the road, hit around 20 mph, needle swings back and works fine, its a volatge spike that affects the tach and speedo and all u gotta do is drive the truck, from what i know, i called 5 dealerships about it and they told me to check for a shot fueses and relays.. intstead i drove it down the road, viola.. try that, save urself a headache
Originally Posted by f0x672
..$100 a BJ..
Originally Posted by rtdakota2001
yeah, that's pretty steep. next time just go to vegas.
haah if that doesnt work you could time yourself between mile markers...just my .02
2002 Chevy Trailblazer LT 4.2
1996 Subaru SVX LSi AWD 3.3 L Flat 6 (Highway car)
1987 Grand Am 2.5 L Inline(Just keeps going and going...)
Can't forget the work van 04 3500 EXPRESS lol