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Speedo/Odometer Recalibration

My tires are now at 5" larger than stock.. and my speedo and odometer are all messed up..

whats the cheapest way to fix these?
I know they sell gears for the speedo, but what about the odommeter?
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It's a computer thing. Dealer reflash should be possible for about $50. the other option is an xcal II tuner for $379 that will do a lot more than speedo correction.
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The speedometer/odometer is electric, there are no gears that can be used to recalibrate it. A ford daler can sometimes reflash the PCM to correct the speedometer but that is not going to work for tires as large as your 33's.

You could buy a flash tuner by SCT that would allow you to correct it yourself. This would also give you a choice of performance tunes and other features. $400~600. http://rogueperformance.com/RogueCustomTuning.html

You could buy an inline speedometer recalibration box for about $100. (http://www.bluegauges.com/prod_yellow_box.htm)
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