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Old 05-11-2013, 01:32 AM
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Speedohealer plug and play?

Just a couple of questions if anyone is using this: it's says it can be installed on a TJ does this include rubi? I know rubis don't use gearing to correct a speedo problem and next question is how high of a precentage does it correct? I've read threads where others are correcting 5%-10% percentages but mine is WAY WAY off!! Mine reads I'm doing about 40mph at 5mph and then over 100 mph at 35 mph a huge difference. It's so bad that my gov kicks in. This is my daily driver and need it to get back and forth to work and it occasionally goes off road. To correct the problem for the time being I have disconnected the speed sensor so I can actually make it to work. Since my speed sensor is disconnected my O/D is not moving so I need help...thanks
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Old 05-11-2013, 01:50 AM   #2
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While yes this is what is needed to fix a Rubicon speedo, there is definitely something else going on. You could get it and see if it helps you but I would guess there is something wrong with the speed sending unit or gauge cluster. I'm sure someone knows what's going on...

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I have a Rubicon. I use the SpeedoHealer. Works just fine. I have to agree though, seems like you have more of a problem than just needing a SpeedoHealer.
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Agree with the others. If there is an issue with the tone ring, sensor, wiring or speedo head, then you need to get that sorted out. If your speeds are off that much because of different tires or a regear, then the speedohealer would definitely fix the problem. I run one and it works great.
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I've ordered the Speedohealer for my 04 TJ. Ever since I did a tummy tuck and SS SYE my speedo has been way off. I was thinking something was wrong with my Jeep because the engine seemed to stall for a second at higher speeds, but I figured out that was the governor. Anybody know what a Wrangler's top speed is? The picture will tell you. When I'm going ~73 the speedo reads 95. So my speedo is off by about 23%. Looking forward to not having to calculate my speed everytime I look at the dash.
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