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1978 delta 88 speed cable not working


start at the beginning, at the tranny to see if spedo drive is working ,this is no easy task you need to DO THIS SAFELY jack up rear wheels in the air, chuck front wheels PLEASE !!! PLEASE take all nessary safety percautions when doing this ,remove cable going to tranny , with 2 people put it in drive ,with foot on brake and let wheels move very slowly you should see speedo cable drive moving , if not that's your problem replace speedo drive but also check the ends of cable, they should fit very good without much loosness into speedo and the drive side going in , most are shaped in a square with slightly rounded corrners,if it works reattach cable to drive and remove cable from back of speedo and see if cable is moving ,if not cable is broken somewhere ,if that works then its your speedo that is broke. i wish you good luck ,hope this helped .
Woody

Aug 28, 2014 | 1983 Oldsmobile Delta 88

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Stereo, cigarette lighter and central locking don't work on daewoo matiz 04


sounds like there's an issue with your fuses, you'll probably need to buy a full fuse set for your matiz. if not check that all the cables are in tact and that nothing is disconnected.

Jun 02, 2012 | Daewoo Matiz Cars & Trucks

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Odometer not working


Could be that speedo cable has become disconnected or that the inner shaft has broken. The speed cable is connected between the back of the instrument cluster and the left side of the transmission. Check under the car that the cable is securely fitted to the side of the transmission. Disconnect it and and check on the condition of the square drive flexible shaft. The spinning of this inner shaft is what conveys the output shaft speed of the transmission to the instruments. The instrument cluster can be removed but pushing a length of coat hanger wire with right angle turn on its end between the the cluster and the dashboard surround. Turn the coat hanger to hook behind the cluster and pull forward to remove it. Try several points around the cluster. It is best to disconnect the speedo drive cable to withdraw the cluster (after electrical connections have been disconnected. check that the speedo cable is secure to the back of the instruments. If you remove the cluster completely follow the path of the speedo cable. If you have to replace the cable, tying a length of string to the speedo cable end first and posting the string down the cable path will help the re-installation enormously. Simply pull the string whilst reinstalling the instrument cluster until the end of the speedo can be got hold of. Refit the speedo cable to the transmission only after the instrument cluster is back in place.

Oct 17, 2010 | 1990 Mercedes-Benz 190

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Speedometer Cable replacement


A universal kit will work for your application. Most of the time the center cable is what is damaged.

1. Remove speedometer cable from transmission
2. Remove speedo gear retainer and remove speedo gear.
3. Pull out cable from sheath - If broken you will only get part of it
4. Remove instrument panel and pull out section of cable still trapped in cable sheath if applicable.

For re install follow directions on package.

Pointers

1. Cable appears un-damaged: Check to make sure the speedo gear is not damaged where the cable enters it. Then also check the back of the speedo head cable hole for damage.
2. You can measure you two broken pieces to arrive at an appropriate length for ordering purposes.
3. Make sure this is well lubricated on install otherwise the speedo can jump up and down or damage the new cable.

Feb 13, 2010 | 1989 Ford F 150

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The speedometer is not working on my 1995 isuzu rodeo 2 wheel drive


I think its cable driven (not electronic) with car on flat/safe ground crawl under and remove speedo cable from rear of gear box and try to quickly turn the inner cable (both ways) while someone watches the speedo for any action, if nothing happening remove complete cable-look for break in inner cable/replace. if needle did flicker then check for worn/broken gear in speedo head/ gearbox (rare), 9 times out of 10 cable broke.

Dec 01, 2009 | 1995 Isuzu Rodeo

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Problem electric daewoo matiz


hi i have a 51 reg daewoo matiz and i have noticed a noise appearing for a few minutes when driving a around 30 to 40 mph then it stops then starts agin a few minutes later ,it sounds like its coming from some where behind the speedometer ,it sounds like a dry spinning noise and i did notice the speedo needle flickering but it orso made the noise when starting from cold

Sep 05, 2009 | 2000 Daewoo Korando

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How to open the bonnet of a Daewoo Matiz SE


Loo between both light in the long **** shape gap just below where the bonnet is. If you look to the right, you should see a black cable hanging down. If not the it has snapped away, but if you can. Here is what you can to to open the bonnet. Use a long pair of plires and gab the cable. When you have a good grip, pull the cable firmly to the right (passenger side light). This should open the bonnet. It has worked for me....

Hope this helps

Mar 19, 2009 | 2000 Daewoo Korando

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How to install speedometer cable


The vehicle will have to be jacked in the air safely to remove the cable from the trans.Some fluid will come out too,so have a catch basin in place.You have to climb onto the floor board,and lay on your back looking up into the underside of the dash.Locate the speedo cable and follow it up to the speedo head with your hand.When you reach the area where the cable dead ends into the speedo head,feel around for a locking clip or tab.You will either squeeze or lift the tab,and this will release the old cable from the speedo head.Pull the cable through the firewall grommet,and remove the cable.Reverse to reinstall.There may be a plastic gear on the trans end of the cable that has to be removed and reinstalled on the new cable.The gear is removed by removing the metal retainer clip shaped like a horseshoe.Good luck.

Aug 10, 2008 | 1986 Ford Crown Victoria

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