If its the roll over numbers, they are driven by a samll electric motor
connected to the gauge cluster.
Mine is still rolling over fine , but the trip meter died in 1997.
1991 Pontiac Bonneville LE
3800 V6 ( C ), Black/Slate Grey
_~_~_~_~279, 354 miles_~_~_
Do you have the digital dash board? If so, does the odometer read Err? If it
does, the only way to get it to continue reading mileage is to give it to
the dealer (does one exist anymore? ) and have them send it off. When my
dash died because of this, they were going to send it out and have a chip
added to let it read more than 200,000 miles. It was like 400.00 to have
this done. I opted out.
Yes, it is the digital dash board and if that is the case, I would not want
to pay $400 to get it working again either. My hope was that someone would
be able to tell me a way just to reset the thing somehow.
Hell, if you could I'd have done it by now. Mine stopped about 3 years ago.
I just hit the trip button and look at the trip mileage for stuff. I figure,
if I haven't changed the oil in 3 months, it is time. Watch it though, about
3 months after mine turned 200,000 the dash started to freak out. It had
broken a cold solider joint. Running a solidering iron and some solider over
the points on the back fixed it right up (and saved me 400.00). I would call
your dealer though. See mine wanted to send the dash to a company in Seattle
to have the chip added to it.. I told em no way.
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