Diagnostic instrument could have confirmed the speed sensor wasn't the
problem. Stuck speedo is probably some small thing in the needle
mechanism. Only repair that I know of is replacement. Saw a '95 with the
same thing last week. That car was "rode hard and put up wet". bob
It's the exact same thing as a (Darsonvalle sp?) voltmeter. A speck of
iron filing a lost screw) sticks to the magnet, then wedges the coil in
place one day. Just swinging the needle with your finger will probably
free it, but it might reappear a day later. You can probably slip the
dash out yourself (google.com), remove the speedo and look at the
movement. With a good magnifier and good light you'll probably see the
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