I have read many a post on this forum by people that really seem to know cars like a mechanic might. My hope is one of you wouldn't mind giving me some advice. I will give an explaination of the problem below. As for car details, it's a '97 VW Jetta GL and auto-transmission (I know I suck but I can't drive stick). Ok so I've gotten my 2nd ticket for this lovely problem. Anyhoo the problem is that while 0 to ~55(mph) works all well and good(off by little to none) 60+ becomes extremely inaccurate. My speedometer will hover around 60mph and I will actually be doing much faster (cop this time says 80mph .. was 88mph last time). If I quickly accelerate it will go past 60 but will drop back down w/out really droping in mph at all if any. Well after the 1st time I took it to the dealer(yeah I know probably a bad thing) as I thought if anyone could figure out what was wrong with my car they would seeming as how they work on VW's daily. Well after 3.35hrs of them trying things, test driving, trying another, ect. they say it's the "speed sender" in the tranny. They tried a new "speed gear", "cluster" and checked the "speed sensor" as well. Apprently this "speed sender" is in the transmission they say. I was just wondering if any of you out there know if this is accurate and have any idea of how much it would cost to go about replacing this "speed sender"? Anyhoo if you would like more info I'll try and provide it. Oh and thanks in advance to anyone trying to help.