Can't help with your problem, but it is better than on my friends Lincoln,
that car would count off miles while it was sitting still. It was about an
'88 LSC 2 door. It had an analog type odometer, but the right most digit
would gradually turn with the car stopped.
Wow, that's messed up.
This brings up an interesting question though. With the warranties all
having some tie-in to mileage, what happens if during your warranty the
odometer messes up? I mean, if the dealer finds out the odometer's
fried, then the car's going to end up with a NAM (Not Actual Mileage)
title, greatly reducing the car's value. ANd then the dealer can't
figure out what the tru mileage is, so there's no real clue as to
whether the warranty is still in effect.
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