Speedometer reset

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Asked by ZzPitt Apr 14, 2016 at 12:44 PM about the 2001 Toyota Celica GT

Question type: General

Is there a reset button for the speedometer in a
Toyota celica 2001 gt ? My speedometer stays at 0  
even the car works fine . This happened after i had
some problem staring the car because the batery
was down. Thanks.

5 Answers

34,735

Does the odometer function correctly? if No then my first check would be the VSS (vehicle speed senor) located on transmission,with a electrical harness attached to it.

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Everything works exept the speedometer, odometer is fine.thanks

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34,735

Try the "standard" reset for many clusters including Toyota press the odometer trip button / selector, there should be a button on the face of the instrument cluster, next press and hold it down while turning the ignition to the first on position...NOT start. the gauge should preform a sweep and reset.

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Thank you sir ,ill try that.

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My speed monitore dont work I put a code reader to it and Nothen

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