I knew it didn’t feel like we were doing the speed limit.
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The digital must be tied to the odometer.MIne has a slight discrepancy, too. I never really look at the analog, though, so I just matched the digital to the gps in my phone using the Tazer JL. Quirky stuff.
I wonder which is tied to the odometer? That's really the only concern I've got, and it is very, very minor.
Hello ktonicej,I've noticed that the speedometer will stick at times and be at 2-3 mph when stopped and when you are driving it will be 2-3 mph different than the digital speedometer. The next time you drive it it will be back to normal and calibrated correctly. i took mine in to the dealership for the recent recall and told them about it and told them about it and told them it was sporadic and didn't do it all the time and the only thing they told me when I picked up the vehicle was that they drove it 5 miles and didn't see anything wrong. I'm glad I'm not the only person that has this issue.