07 Ford Focus SES 2.0 hatchback 122,xxx

Asked by May 23, 2018 at 09:10 AM about the 2007 Ford Focus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I bought this car with an existing problem and I
was curious as to what the main repair would
probably be in my situation.
This car does already have allot of new parts on it.
The previous owner said I needed to purchase two
new back brake speed sensors (I believe they're
called) I only have one but I haven't put it in yet..
Orrrr a few people I know personally believe all I
should have to replace is some kind of wire for my
odometer.
It does it once in a while where I will start my car
and it might not move at all orrrrrr it could show
me I'm going 90 when I going 35-50. I think it's
funny but i do need it fixed I don't want to get no
tickets. I'm going to be working on this with other
things as well so if anybody could get back to me
on this that would be awesome!

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