Question about 1991 Ford F150
It should not be difficult, first remove the cable attachment from behind the speedo and pull the iner cable out. It may be frayed or at least dry. Clean it and smear it liberally with grease before re-inserting it. This should solve your problem. If it does not, you will have to replace the cable as a complete unit. Trace the cable to its other end and disconnect it from the transmission, loosening off any clamps along the way. Fit the new one in the opposite order you removed the old one.
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