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Speedometer bounces while driving

1995 Ford F150 pickup speedometer bounces about 5 - 10 mph when driving down the road. Can this be fixed with a new cable?

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    speedometer bounces at 60 mph,replaced speed senor

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Your spedo cable is probably just loose which can be fixed by tightening or replaceing. Might as well go ahead and replace it since its a 14 year old truck and its the more sure fire way to fix the bounce.

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