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After replacing the heater core and reinstalling the dash the speedometer is not functioning. I tried to get the speedo cable seated as far into its sheath but I obviously must have done it wrong. Do I need to yank the dash apart again or is there access to the cable from under the hood?

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You wont access the connecting point from under the hood. The firewall is in the way. Maybe try from under the dash? Be sure youre going to pick up some cuts doing it this way. Try at the gearbox first. Disconnect the cable from the gearbox and turn the inner a couple times. If youre lucky the only part that didnt seat properly is the inner but more than likely the cable is not seated properly at the back of the speedo.

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