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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-25-06, 08:41 PM Thread Starter
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Ford Econoline odometer

HI peeps, I have a 2003 for Econoline van that has had it's speedometer/odometer replcaed. The only problem is that I had over 50K miles on the original speedometer. I am anal when it comes to things like this.

I would like to PUT MILES ONTO the odometer(yes you read it right), not take off miles.

I would like to do this due to it being replaced with a new one.

How does one do something like this?

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Re: Ford Econoline odometer

Hmmm.............

Jack up the rear end, start it up, put it in "Drive" and go on vacation?

Seriously, I am not sure this can be done by taking apart the odometer since I heard this will cause them to malfunction. Maybe find someone with the same model and miles and see if they want to trade?
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Re: Ford Econoline odometer

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HI peeps, I have a 2003 for Econoline van that has had it's speedometer/odometer replcaed. The only problem is that I had over 50K miles on the original speedometer. I am anal when it comes to things like this.

I would like to PUT MILES ONTO the odometer(yes you read it right), not take off miles.

I would like to do this due to it being replaced with a new one.

How does one do something like this?
Hehe, nice trick men. Well, if your gonna replace it, I suggest you better get a Ford Ecoline cargo PArts. You might find what you are looking for there. Well, that is what my friend suggested me to get some ford parts.

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