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    i installed a set of indigo gauges but i guess i didnt re-install the speedo cable right any ideas of the easiest way to do it my hand is so beat up trying to work back there. thanks for ur help

    #2
    my winter car, 95 taurus does the same thing. after about 45 itll drop all the way to 85 or 95 and go all over the place. also, the odometer thing that spins and registers your miles breaks loose sometime not registering the miles. lol, kinda nice though because the car already has 114k miles but prolly has more like 116k or 120. it gets really annoying though because you cant see how fast your going.

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      #3
      Whenever I have to put the speedo cable back into the dash (which I actually just did again two days ago) I just disconnect the cable at the tranny, and push some of the cable up through the firewall. That always gives me enough slack to attach it to the cluster and mount the cluster back in. No more blindly lining it up and messed up hands trying to hold it there. Once the cluster is in, plug the speedo cable back into the tranny

      -- Kevin

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        #4
        Whenever I have to put the speedo cable back into the dash (which I actually just did again two days ago) I just disconnect the cable at the tranny, and push some of the cable up through the firewall. That always gives me enough slack to attach it to the cluster and mount the cluster back in. No more blindly lining it up and messed up hands trying to hold it there. Once the cluster is in, plug the speedo cable back into the tranny

        -- Kevin
        What he said, but it still isn't fun to do.

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          #5
          Ive taken my cluster off like 10 - 15 times if not more, that bouncy problem is because of either the cable needing to clip on. For me, I just pull that cable and just push in the cluster. HTH

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            #6
            speedo is loose most likely under the hood or in the back of the cluster. I ended up changing mine cause it wouldn't stay under the hood and it pulled from the wire in the cluster. At least my car has about 1000 miles of unrecorded mileage lol. I don't think it makes much of a difference cause I just broke 210. Be careful and follow the tips above. good luck

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              #7
              were is it connected on the tranny cause i got a 1992 integgy kinda dont know were to start

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                #8
                My speedo bounces and i have a strange sound that varies with my speed. it kinda sounds like something that is spinning is rubbing on something. Can anyone help me out?

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                  #9
                  can anyone post a pic of where the speedo cable is at under the hood?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by ForgedLS
                    My speedo bounces and i have a strange sound that varies with my speed. it kinda sounds like something that is spinning is rubbing on something. Can anyone help me out?
                    http://www.g2ic.com/forums/showthread.php?t=88364
                    http://g2ic.com/forums/showthread.php?t=49599
                    http://g2ic.com/tegtips/interior/14.html

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