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Jim Sims Jim Sims is offline
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Join Date: May 2000
Location: Los Alamos, NM, USA
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(1)Check your ignition points dwell (gap) first; then look for a loose wire to fix the tach.
(2) Speedo appears to be a badly worn drive cable (real pain to replace - runs through tunnel to front of transmission) but given the vibration level you relate you may also now have some worn bushings in the speedometer head. I do believe you could have just pulled the speedometer head backwards out of the dash (it's retained by a rubber grommet) and undone the drive cable connection nut when the vibration became excessive. Also never reset the trip odometer while the car is moving; such action can strip the plastic drive gear inside or break it's hub's bond the the shaft it is mounted on. Cheers, Jim
Old 02-02-2004, 09:46 PM
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