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I have not tried anything yet. I want to know where it is located and what parts that need to be removed prior to removing and replacing cable.
No problem Henry. Reach under dash and remove the cable from the speedo. Probably just a clip to squeeze or depress. Remove the cable from the transmission and any clips that may attach it to the frame, go under hood and pull the cable and rubber boot from the firewall, pull it all the way out and discard it. all the way out and discard it. Put the new one back in the same way the old one came out and connect it to trans and through the firewall pushing the rubber boot back onto the firewall and push it back onto the speedo till the clip clicks. Your done.
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