Originally Posted by Conor_Smyth
More than likely its the gears that run the odometer have broken.. happened in mine. I just got new clocks. But I see places now are selling repair kits with new 3D printed gears for them. Think Garagistic has em too
So you saying I should start by removing the gauge cluster and taking a look inside? After you talked about the gears inside I found this pretty good youtube vid that shows someone replacing them:
Tbh I always thought you had to goto a dealership to deal with the odometer so that people didn't try to fake the car mileage.
Thanks for the advice Conor!!