I have a 1994 Trooper with the 5 speed and the 3.2L GM engine that seems to have had the speedometer and odometer go out. So, my first step was to track down where the speed sensor was on the vehicle and take a look at it. Well, gee whiz, what do you know, the PO had taken copper wire and tried to tie the sensor back together when the plastic housing came apart into 2 pieces. Okay, that obviously had to be the problem, right? So I went and replaced the sucker for $100 off of Rockauto and installed it. Still no speedo. Cleaned it with MAF cleaner and the plug in. Still no speedo or odometer. Everything else in the cluster works fine. So my next step was to try to trace the wires from the sensor back to see if it was something else up the pipe. Everything looked all good and connected and, at least on these wires, not spliced together anywhere. I continued the search underneath the dash and attempted to get my hand up there behind the cluster to no avail. Above that metal crossbar everything mounts to, I can't fit my hand due to the plastic and such for the bottom part of the cluster and other plasticy stuff. Now, I had the speedo come on for a half second once after making a U-turn and the trip odometer tries to read something, but can't read anything over 1/10 of a mile before stopping. I've reset it several times over a good 15-20 mile distance and the same thing keeps happening. Does anyone know of any tricks or tips on getting the cluster out of the dash without ruining the wood trim on it? Or even better, if there's something I'm missing that doesn't involve that much work? Haha.