The plastic disk is located on the hub. You'll see it when you remove the wheel. It spins the speedometer cable, which was shown first where it should be when referencing the U-Tube video, previously point out on this thread. The U-Tube video did not show it, but they spun the speedometer cable that is inserted into it. Basically it's called the dust cover. You'll see if you remove it, it has a square hole to accept the speedometer cable. Sometime this rounds out, usually caused by the cable requiring lubrication. I don't believe you rounded this out yet based on you observations, but I believe you may simply just need the cable to be lubricated.
To lubricate it you need to disconnect the cable from the mileage counter under the dashboard, raise the cable , pull the center of the cable out and disconnect the lower portion of the cable from the angle drive. At this point you can pour the lubricant of you choice the the cable sheath. Reverse this procedure to reconnect.
On 04/14/14 09:23 PM, MICHAEL W TOWNSLEY wrote:
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