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No speedometer when accelerating

At higher rpm's, when shifting I lose power to speedometer and sometimes radio

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Bad ground somewhere in electrical system

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The latter part sounds like insufficient play on the clutch lever--the clutch seems to be slipping. Sudden power loss is usually linked to the ignition system. Have you checked the lube level in the transmission? You could be having a bearing seizure if the lube is low.

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