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dear . you need to replace cable between steering and steering col um . around cable can be fix after you check the turn to right and left should be same .check all fuse . ( this cable cut out and connect to ground now
Do you mean the Speedometer or the mileometer? If its the speedometer and it is driven by a wire cable it is probably dry (no grease), Kinked or the square that it fits in is worn (either end) or the drive has a tooth off it in the gearbox. If it is an electric drive then probably either a wire shorting or the sender unit. If you mean the mileometer is flicking then this could be due to someone has clocked the mileage back and not done it properly (new clock I'm afraid)
If you can hear it while your driving its the speedo and not the cable. Replace speedometer or whole gauge cluster.( What ever is easyer) You can find one on ebay. It could also be the speedo sensor on the top back half on the engine. REAL EXPENSIVE! Even for a used one. About $150 bucks for the sensor. And about the same for the Cluster.
The gear on the end of the odometer cable probably has excessive wear which causes the odometer cable to spin. It is not completely worn out or it would not function at all; however, the fix is probably going to be the same as if it were broken; i.e., remove your present cable and replace with a new one.