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Old 02-13-2007   #1
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which wire controls milage

just wondering which of the guage cluster wires controls the odometer. and is there anyway of disabling it. any help is appreciated.



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Blue: From ECM/PCM, Tach input signal
White/Red: Constant 12 v +
Yellow: Switched 12V+
Blue/White: From ECM/PCM And VSS input signal
Yellow/Black: From fuel level sending unit
White/Green: From multiplex control unit
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Pink: (Canada Vehicles only) Washer fluid level switch
White/Blue: (Canada Vehicles only) DRL Control unit
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Blue/Yellow: Cruise control unit
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green/orange: From ECM/PCM
Blue/Red: From ABS Control unit
Pink: From SRS unit
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Red: Supplies switched ground for dash lights
Green/Red: Left turn signal indicator
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Red/Blue: Combination light switch
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Red/Yellow: From no 15 fuse under hood
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Yellow/Red: From oil pres switch
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Blue/white: Vehicle Speed Sensor Input Signal
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sweet if this work rep. do you know if all the other things on the cluster will work
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I'm not sure. I know if I were an auto manufacturer trying to prevent odometer fraud, I'd put in some type of setting so that if there's not power coming in from the VSS wire, then nothing on the cluster would work. I don't know if this is how it actually is, but there's only one way to find out...
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just wondering isnt there a way that dealerships check you mialage and see if it matches your cluster. i was told that by someone but isnt out milage tracked on our cluster.
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Yeah, I'm fairly certain that it's only stored in our clusters
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ya but you can go for 3 months on a car and only put 100 miles on it ...

most dealerships only pay attention to the cluster anyways... they arent going to plug up anything and look for mileage anywhere else
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ok well an update on this. i took the blue/white wire off and the odometer did stop reading the miles. the catch is the mph is not workin so yea. oh yea and + one rep 01honciv
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Yeah....The ECU can't read MPH when the Vehicle Speed Sensor is disconnected

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illegal...get it? ok.... nvm

ya, why do you want to stop it anyways? just drive it and be happy with it
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i though that having such discussion in this forum is illegal in the first place.
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why didnt you just unplud the vss at the trans? it will catch up with you one day. mileage is recorded at every oil change place, dealership, and anywhere else they ask your mileage. carfax will tell all. it will show your car went a year or some **** with no mileage change? its people like you that make buying used cars a pain in the ***.
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