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Old 08 Sep 2004, 06:55 pm
paulgreen@spymac.com
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Default How to replace Integra speedometer cable

The speedometer of my 1987 Acura Integra recently just stopped working (
as did the odometer). I presume the speedometer cable broke and needs
replacing. I have the service manual and it has a diagram of the
instrument cluster, so I think there should be no problem in
disconnecting that end, but I could not find out what to do at the other
end. Anybody done this, and could give me advice?

Thanks a lot!


Paul
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Old 08 Sep 2004, 08:50 pm
Jafir Elkurd
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Default Re: How to replace Integra speedometer cable

At speed sensor in the transmission, pull the rubber boot back on the cable.
There should be a wire clip that you can pull off with a hook or needle
nose. After removing the clip you should be able to just pull the cable
straight up off of the speed sensor.

<paulgreen@spymac.com> wrote in message
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> The speedometer of my 1987 Acura Integra recently just stopped working (
> as did the odometer). I presume the speedometer cable broke and needs
> replacing. I have the service manual and it has a diagram of the
> instrument cluster, so I think there should be no problem in
> disconnecting that end, but I could not find out what to do at the other
> end. Anybody done this, and could give me advice?
>
> Thanks a lot!
>
>
> Paul



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Old 09 Sep 2004, 12:35 pm
Paul Green
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Default Re: How to replace Integra speedometer cable

"Jafir Elkurd" <jafir@nospam.no.spam.hotpop.com> wrote in message news:<10jva6hjhq384a@corp.supernews.com>...
> At speed sensor in the transmission, pull the rubber boot back on the cable.
> There should be a wire clip that you can pull off with a hook or needle
> nose. After removing the clip you should be able to just pull the cable
> straight up off of the speed sensor.
>
> <paulgreen@spymac.com> wrote in message
> news:20040908155504895-0700@free.teranews.com...
> > The speedometer of my 1987 Acura Integra recently just stopped working (
> > as did the odometer). I presume the speedometer cable broke and needs
> > replacing. I have the service manual and it has a diagram of the
> > instrument cluster, so I think there should be no problem in
> > disconnecting that end, but I could not find out what to do at the other
> > end. Anybody done this, and could give me advice?
> >
> > Thanks a lot!
> >
> >
> > Paul


That's very helpful --- thanks, I'll give it a go.
Paul
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