Question about 1987 Dodge D150
At speeds over 25 mph, the speedometer needle begins to bounce erratically and is very noisy. I think the noise is coming from the back side of the instrument panel
Unscrew the speedometer cable from the back of the gauge and from the transmission, take the cable out of the sheath, clean it off with carb or brake cleaner, oil it and put it back in. If that doesn't do it, replace cable assembly. If that doesn't do it, pull the speedometer gear out of the transmission and check for wear. Replace if needed.
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