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Model year '76 2002s destined for California were equipped

with 3.64 rear ends and therefore probably came with

different speedo gears. I didn't know that the gears were

numbered, but that's what you have to match up, it sounds

like. You can't go by the model year alone since CA 76s are

different. Who knows where your gear came from.

Nick ('80)

2002 ('76)

Corolla GT-S ('87)

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i have a late 1600/early 2002 speedo in my A4 that was geared for a 4.10 rear end. w/ the 3.90 i am using, the indicated speed is very close. This also accounts for the 15 x6.5 rims. etc. i have checked it with a new car travelling together for express purpose of determining speedo accuracy. just thought i would give you another option, equally hard to find and determine from external markings. the only other for sure way to get a dead-on speedo is to send one to one of the spedo shops and have them gear it properly. they an also fix the odometer/tripmeter which is usually inop on alot of speedos. good luck.///

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