Question about 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe
Instead of a cable, most vehicle's speedometers are controlled by a speed sensor at the tail of the transmission. These do go bad and would cause your speedometer to malfunction. They are not like light bulbs which just die, these sensors will kick in and out irregularly.Secondly you have a thin cable that is connected to your throttle in addition to the throttle cable itself. This second cable is for the kick-down of your transmission. It is utilized when you make a sudden pass of another vehicle to shift down one gear. This cable becomes misaligned at times and will, in a sense, become shortened. Try releasing it from the throttle cam and see how your vehicle reacts then. If it shifts correctly than you need a new kick-down cable.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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