[DML] Re: speedo cable lube
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[DML] Re: speedo cable lube



Generally when you do the angle drive you do the whole front end. To
do the whole front end it is a lot easier if you lift the car up. If
you lift the car up it is easier to do the front end if you remove the
tires. As you can see I like to make things easier. Lifting the car
and pulling the wheels off also allows you a much better view of the
components. You can check the brake pads, wiring, coolant hoses brake
and clutch cylinders, steering rack, etc. I also like to clean things
underneath while I am there. All of this is much harder to do (if not
impossible) without at least lifting the car.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757




--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Marv Hein" <marvhein@...> wrote:
>
> I was able to lube the angle drive with the wheels on the ground by 
> turning the steering wheel hard right and going at it from the rear. 
> Seemed to disconnect, flip over, and reattach fine. Only took a 
>








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