Re: [DML] speedometer
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Re: [DML] speedometer

And after all of that is said and done, if it is the
dust cap, when you have  installed a new one     
L-U-B-R-I-C-A-T-E  the cable.  ChicagoPaul.
PS, FWIW... Looks like I'll be parting out a '91 Olds
Silhouette. Anybody need pieces???
--- Joe Angell <jangell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> An easy way is to connect the cable to a power drill
> and see if the  
> speedometer turns.  I've done this before to test my
> angle drive; it  
> was fine, but the the dust cap's square hole had
> become round, which  
> caused the angle drive to not get any grip and thus
> not spin.  You  
> should be able to do the power drill trick for each
> component of the  
> speedometer linkage.
> -- Joe
> > Tonight my speedometer quit working. I suspect
> either the angle drive
> > or lower cable. Is there a way to test to see
> which one? Or am I  
> > better
> > off just to go ahead and replace them both. I know
> of course it could
> > be upper cable or even the speedometer it self. I
> am looking for  
> > advise
> > here.
> > Thanks, Andy Blackmon 03513

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