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

The speedometer head is one item that should not be messed with unless
you know what you are doing and have the proper tools to do it. It
should be disassembled, cleaned, lubricated and reassembled. After all
that it has to be tested and calibrated so you know your speed
accurately. Changing cables and working on the angle drive is one
thing but messing with the head is another! Pull the cables and lay
them on the floor on some newspaper. They should lay in a nice smooth
curl with no sharp bends or links. If not then replace them. Use cable
lubricant when reinstalling the cables. The speedometer should not
bounce unless you are going very slow, like 5 MPH, then some bounce is
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "nk1165" <nkemp@...> wrote:
> While researching my speedo problem, I came across the following from  
> http://www.speedometershop.com/rep-pag.htm
> "(Q) My speedometer needle bounces, what's wrong?

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