One thing to check.. look where it connects to the actual unit up on the speedometer. Is it broken there when you unthread it? Like... not connected now. That can happen if improperly assembled at the wheel.... for whatever reason.
> I waited weeks for a tube because my local shops didn't have my size in?
> They had to order it & there's kinda, y'know, a whole pandemic going on
> so it took a while to get shipped. Plus, with my Amstar being my only
> vehicle & the shops being two cities away, it's not like it's convenient
> for me to walk there 🤷🏽♂️.
> Also, obviously the wheel has nothing to do with the engine, I'm simply
> stating the facts of what happened after replacing the tube in case
> there is any correlation to something I'm unaware of. I have no idea
> why I would be losing power, but I was. Like, the engine was stalling
> out at neutral, had trouble putting power into first gear & would fail
> entirely after downshifts. Are they connected? I don't know, that's
> why I'm asking y'all. This has since been remedied somewhat through
> troubleshooting, but nevertheless, facts are facts.
> 2️⃣willd & poweredge99
> Thanks for being straightforward with your answers, I appreciate the
> humility 🤙🏽
> Yeah, I kept the cables attached when removing the brake hub & those two
> little tabs were an absolute pain to get aligned, but I've definitely
> put 'em in their slot perfect every single time. I don't know why, but
> I'm still receiving no reading whatsoever from the odometer (or should I
> be calling it speedometer?). All washers are in their correct place,
> the inner brake hub tabs from the odometer mechanism are inserted in
> their two slots in the wheel section, there's ample grease available & I
> didn't fuck with the cables in any other manner.
> See Attached a video of me in 2nd & 3rd gear earlier today with no
> readouts at all 👉🏽