Dashboard Instrument Cluster – Speedometer Repair & Rebuild Service

Speedometer Repair Services

What’s the first thing you do when your speedometer isn’t working? If you answered go to the mechanic, then you’re doing things right! Most people don’t know how to fix their own cars, and this makes it easy to overlook common issues like faulty speedometers. Instead of waiting until you get pulled over for speeding, or worse yet, until your car breaks down on the highway, get your speedometer repaired by a professional as soon as possible.

If you’re looking to have your speedometer repaired, it’s not enough to just take it to any repair shop and ask them to do so. You need someone who specializes in this type of repair, or else the speedometer could malfunction and endanger you on the road. That’s why we specialize in repairing vehicle dashboards to ensure the highest quality work for your vehicle.

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Speedometer FAQs:

How Do I Know If My Speedometer Is Working?

Does your speedometer not show the correct speed you’re driving? It’s important to have it checked out right away because many accidents are due to faulty instruments. A mechanic can run a diagnostic test on the car and replace any parts that may be malfunctioning. Check your owner’s manual for information about your particular make and model of car to see if you can check this yourself first.

Does Fixing My Speedometer Help With Other Gauges on my Dashboard?

Yes, fixing your speedometer will help with all the gauges on your dashboard. So, even if you’re just getting your speedometer fixed because it broke, don’t forget to bring your car into us for an inspection as well. We specialize in full dashboard repairand are here to help make sure your vehicle is safe and fully functional.

What parts are damaged and why does it matter?

A speedometer is built into your dashboard, which displays the current miles per hour of your vehicle. This may seem harmless, but it can be a huge safety hazard if you have defective gauges. The Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards specify that you must be able to read the speedometer from 20 feet away without any glare or distraction while driving in daylight. If you cannot do this at either of these distances, then your gauges are not meeting federal regulations and they need to be repaired as soon as possible.