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#1 Deener


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Posted 30 March 2011 - 02:41 PM

93 Loyale

I replaced my heater hoses last night (pinhole leak) and in doing so I borked my speedo cable. I got a code 33 for the first time (speed sensor) and my speedometer stopped working. I don't think that I wrecked the cable because the end looks good and shiny and together and all - it was just disconnected from the instrument cluster.

Do I have to rip the dash to get at it or can I get away with re-attaching by reaching up to the cluster from underneath the steering column?

The wife does not tolerate any 'excuses' for speeding so I have to re-attach it.


#2 Deener


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Posted 30 March 2011 - 06:51 PM

Ahem - if I may answer my own question...dash removal is not required. It took 5 minutes with a phillips, a light and a long arm.

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