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Speedo not working on my suzuki sj413

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Look on the transmission near the bell housing, this is where the speedometer cable connects to the transmission. Loosen the nut and pull the end out. Turn it manually by hand to see if it is turning and inspect it for damage. This is usually the spot where the cable breaks. You may find it loose and stuck in the transmission when you remove the cable. You can take the broken end out with a pair of needle nose pliers.
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Either your cable is busted or the speedo gear in the transfer case is busted.

You can get a new cable off of ebay or a samurai vendor.

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You can buy a universal speedo cable and it comes with instructions on how to put it it the housing. its really pretty simple overall.you unscrew the cable connection on the side of the transmission and pull the old cabl out and use it to line up and cut the new cable. takes about half an hour to do it

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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