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Removal


  1. Disconnect battery cables, then remove battery and battery tray.
  2. Disconnect speedometer cable from transaxle.
  3. On models equipped with 1.8L/4-107 engines, remove intake manifold stay.
  4. On all models, disconnect starter wiring connections.
  5. Remove starter mounting bolts, then the starter.
Installation


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  2. Install starter and torque mounting bolts to 20-25 ft. lbs.
  3. Connect starter wiring connections.
  4. On models equipped with 1.8L/4-107 engines, install intake manifold stay.
  5. On all models, connect speedometer cable.
  6. Install battery tray and torque attaching bolts to 6-10 ft. lbs.
  7. Install battery and battery hold-down. Torque hold-down bolts to 1.5-2.0 ft. lbs.
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Replace the Speedometer Cable

1 - Remove the old speedometer cable from your car, first take off the doghouse and then the engine cover.

2 - Remove the screw underneath the dashboard and take down the steering column. This will give you access to the back of your speedometer.

3 - Take off the drive shaft bolt, and "O" ring, insert the speedometer cable through the firewall.

4 - Remove speedometer cable securing clamps from the engine compartment and on the transmission.

5 - Release the drive shaft nut from the "right angle" adapter (The nut is attached to the back of the transfer case).



Installing the Speedometer Cable

1 - Place the square end of the speedometer cable into the adapter and secure the drive shaft nut.

2 - Pull the speedometer cable through the firewall to the rear of the speedometer.

3 - Secure the "O" ring and attach the speedometer cable to the rear of the speedometer/odometer. It should be engaged in the speedometer's square hold. Tighten the drive shaft nut again.

4 - Replace the clamps that will secure the speedometer cable onto the transmission and in the engine compartment. Replace the engine cover.

5 - Drive your car slowly to be sure your speedometer is working properly. If it is, replace the doghouse. If you're stilling having problems, take the car to your mechanic.


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Speedometer cable
Wrench
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