WHICH is the speedometer fuse??

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My dad and I are rebuilding a insurance loss 2005 Saturn Vue (SUV) with 6 cyl front wheel drive.
Does anyoen know which is the speedometer fuse??
Thanks.
jay
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If you have the owners manual, you can pull the side panels from the passenger floor side of the center console. The fuses are labeled on the inside of the cover and you can decipher the number in the manual. The other fuses are under the hood in the black fuse box, same procedure.
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Thanks marx404 ... but there is no owners manual ... and the 2 fuse box covers do NOT list a speedometr fuse. We think its linked to something else .. but dont know what else.
Does anyone know WHICH fuse controls the speedometer on a 2005 Saturn Vue, 6cyl, front wheel drive?
Thanks.
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No such thing exists! Not sure why no ones caught this yet... If your speedometer is inoperative then you need to take it to the dealer to be fixed. Shouldnt cost you a dime!
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Were rebuilding an insurance salvage. Would appreciate any spedometer-fuse assistance. Thanks.
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A Google group search of "Saturn Speedometer Fuse" leads me to believe that you should look for a dashboard fuse.
">I have a '94SL2....anyone know how to

Yes. But you shall be warned that it is not only illegal to drive on public roads without an operating speedometer, it is also fraud to obtain services or money with falsified odometer readings.
That said, if you're race preping your saturn (and don't intend to drive on public roads again or sell or obtain warranty service for the car as unmodified vehicle) then simply disconnect the fuse for the dashboard. You don't need any of the instruments on the dash (such as fuel gage etc.) so why leave it plugged in?"
regards, WL
Look for the message by "Wilf Lee."
http://groups-beta.google.com/group/rec.autos.makers.saturn/browse_thread/thread/734d3a95370dc7f8/c40a28e1112f4969?q=Saturn+Speedometer+Fuse&_done=%2Fgroups%3Fsourceid%3Dnavclient%26ie%3DUTF-8%26rls%3DGGLD,GGLD:2004-22,GGLD:en%26q%3DSaturn+Speedometer+Fuse%26&_doneTitle ck+to+Search&&d#c40a28e1112f4969
Ken
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Mystery solved! Thank you, Blah Blah.
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Buy a book, look at schematics, notice there is no such fuse.
Heres a sample of whats found in a book. --------------------------------- Speedometer
The instrument panel cluster (IPC) displays the vehicle speed based on the information from the body control module (BCM). The engine control module (ECM) calculates the vehicle speed based on the controlled area network (CAN) serial data message indicating the wheel reference speed from the electronic brake control module (EBCM). The ECM sends a CAN serial data message to the BCM indicating the vehicle speed. The BCM sends a class 2 message to the IPC indicating the vehicle speed.
The speedometer defaults to 0 km/h (0 mph) when any of the following occur:
* The EBCM detects a malfunction in the vehicle speed sensor circuit. * The ECM detects a loss of CAN communications with the EBCM. * The BCM detects a loss of CAN communications with the ECM. * The IPC detects a loss of class 2 communications with the BCM. ---------------------------------
You do NOT need a fuse for serial data. As I said before, no such thing exists.
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replying to SaturnVueProject, Larry wrote: Dodgeram1500 speedometerfuse
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