[DML] Re: Bouncing Speedometer ...Possible cause...
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[DML] Re: Bouncing Speedometer ...Possible cause...

At the time when I had to work on my speedo/odometer I noticed that 
the metal axles of the odometer were in plastic supports.
I have forgotten about the bearings of te needle axle.
However, should you consider "oiling" parts there do not overdo, use 
something like sewing machine or instrument oil (watches?), perhaps 
teflon based oil. Better a tiny wee drop than too much oil.

VIN #2527

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "nk1165" <nkemp@...> wrote:
> While researching my speedo problem, I came across the following 
> http://www.speedometershop.com/rep-pag.htm
> "(Q) My speedometer needle bounces, what's wrong?
> (A) If there's no noise accompanying the bouncing it's likely that 
> speedometer cable has been kinked. The only cure for that is a new 
> cable. 
> "Bouncing" can also be caused by the speedometer head drying out. 
> a speedometer is assembled or repaired, they usually put a drop of 
> on the bearings. If this oil gets old and gummy or collects a lot 
> dust it will cause the bouncing you describe."
> The last paragraph is interesting.  
> - Does anyone have input relative to the last paragraph?
> - Any good oil recomendations.
> Thanks,
> Nick

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