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Old 04-02-2021
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Announcement Speedometer acting really weird! Please help

So I bought a 2000 S281 about two weeks ago, and have absolutely fallen in love with the thing. Everything had been running perfectly until this morning

I started driving out of my neighborhood and was cruising at what I thought was a steady 25mph, until I looked down at the speedometer and it is showing that I'm going 180mph.

I have no clue what is happening, it seems like the speedometer is multiplying 6x what my actual speed is.

I thought maybe the speed sensor that's located in the back of the transmission, but I replaced that and no change.

Someone please help! This car is beautiful and I'm so sad I can't drive it.
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