Re: [DML] Speedometer bouncing
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Re: [DML] Speedometer bouncing



On 1/10/06, ComposerZelgadis@xxxxxxx <ComposerZelgadis@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Needs more lubrication.  Mine did this and completely died out (always  rests
> @ zero, regardless of true speed).  I let mine go for so long that I  need
> both, a new lower speedo cable and an angle drive (which includes the  plastic
> disc, I believe).  To make matters slightly worse, I believe your  speedometer
> will now read slower-than-true, so I suggest using the RPM to MPH  chart @ DMC
> News until you get it fixed.  Wouldn't want you to get  pulled over for doing
> eight over when your speedometer read five or six  over.

Too late. :) Tagged for 47 in a 35 this morning. According to my
speedometer I wasn't going that fast. Thus, here I am, asking about
the cables.

Err, so, the angle drive has been lubricated - I did that last
weekend, actually. I guess I just need to lubricate the cables? How do
I do that?

-Ryan


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