How to diagnose and fix a Jeep Speedometer doesn’t work problem

On the off chance that you possess a mid 2000 Jeep and keep running into an issue where the Jeep Speedometer doesn’t work this post may enable you to analyze and fix the issue.

The initial step, as usual, is to peruse the issue codes. In all likelihood you’ll discover a P0500 No Vehicle Speed Sensor Signal. Don’t naturally accept that implies you ought to supplant the transmission info and yield speed sensors. Start by deciding if your vehicle was outfitted with ABS brakes in light of the fact that Chrysler utilizes two unique frameworks to compute vehicle speed contingent upon which framework is in your vehicle.

On the off chance that your Jeep doesn’t have ABS, at that point the speedometer gets its data from a vehicle speed sensor mounted in the highest point of the differential. The sign goes to the body control module (BCM) and is determined dependent on the vehicle’s modified pivot proportion/tire size (electronic pinion factor). It transmits that data to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) which sends it to the speedometer.

On the off chance that the Jeep DOES have ABS, at that point the vehicle speed is controlled by the Jeep wheel speed sensorwheel speed sensors. The sign goes to the Controller Antilock Brake (CAB) module which at that point transmits the data to the Body Control Module (BCM). The BCM sends the sign to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). The PCM sends the data to the Speedometer through the Information Bus.

To analyze Jeep speedometer doesn’t work issue, check the vehicle speed sensor and wiring bridle at the differential (no vehicle speed sensor pigtailABS) or the wheel speed sensors (with ABS). By and large you discover the issue immediately because of a visual saddle rub through, broken wire, or connector issue. On the off chance that you discover a saddle issue, request a substitution braid from Chrysler