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How Does an Odometer Works [How to]
posted October 28 2013 9:49.56 by spic0m




An odometer measures and displays the distance traveled by a vehicle by sensing the rotations of a wheel. Odometer consists of a gear assembly and bunch of rings. A cable called the driver cable is connected from the wheel to the gear assembly. When the wheel rotates the driver cable also rotates with the wheels that transfer the motion of wheel to the gear assembly which sets the gears in connected motion.


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