RE: Spedometer/Odometer Trouble

Jim C. /
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<HTML>As long as you have the cable disconnected at the wheel, try spinning its' end making sure it is engaged with the speedo head. If the needle on the speedo moves, the problem is with the drive on the wheel. this unit must be replaced. If the cable spins but the needle stays at zero, the square hole the cable fits into the speedo head is stripped. You'll have to get another speedometer.</HTML>

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  Spedometer/Odometer TroubleTopic by: Tom Cavnar Tom Cavnar 05/08/00 04:18PM
  RE: Spedometer/Odometer TroubleRe: Jim C. Jim C. 05/09/00 12:32AM
  RE: Spedometer/Odometer TroubleRe: dave dave 05/09/00 08:52PM
  RE: Spedometer/Odometer TroubleRe: Ivo Ivo 05/10/00 10:27AM
  RE: Spedometer/Odometer TroubleRe: tom tom 08/06/00 07:35PM

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