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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Changing a speedometer cable
This is not specific to a Chevy, but the speedometer cable generally is held in place with either a threaded nut or a retaining clip. Pulling on it will just cause damage. Disconnect it from the speedometer and feed the cable through the grommet in the firewall.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
You definitely don't need a kickdown cable, the kickdown is for the auto transmission, you may just need a new gauge cluster. also the cable you got from autozone could be a universal cable thats why it doesn't look the same, or it could just be a wrong cable, try napa.
Posted on May 12, 2009
Lock up is a feature within the transmission torque converter which is a fuel saving measure.At cruising speeds,the torque converter "locks up" creating a 1:1 ratio from engine rpm to transmission input.This is somewhat like overdrive in a sense. TCC (torque converter clutch ) depends on the vehicle speed sensor input to determine cruising speeds and conditions where TCC is permissable.Incorrect TCC operation can cause subsequent damage and/or serious driveability problems.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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