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Username Post: Speedometer Repair Information
beejay 
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beejay
Age: 83
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11-02-11 09:49 AM - Post#2153784    
    In response to fran0216

Are you talking about having plastic parts in the speedo cable housing? If the cable is broken, take it completely out, and use compressed air to blow out the housing. Then you can put in a cable repair kit and use liquid graphite (speedo cable lube)when you have the new cable in the housing. Then work the cable back and forth (top to bottom) to insure it's lubed all the way down.
Bruce

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