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 Posted: 11-07-2010 11:25 pm
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Location: Troy, New York USA
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I am in the midst of removing the instrument cluster. Released the tach and speedo brackets and did battle with the "evil spike" ...... the spike is free (more about that later). I am stymied by the removal of the speedo cable from the back the speedo....please advise.

The "spike" is free...but unfortunatly the "spike bracket" has come unfastened....It appears that it was originaly pop riveted. I am considering refastening with self tapers....has anyone else ever had this occur? There does not appear to be room to get a rivet gun in to re-rivet.  Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.

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 Posted: 11-08-2010 01:58 am
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Art DeKneef

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Location: Mesa, Arizona USA
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If your cable was like one of mine there is a sort of catch that you press and then pull back on the cable. It should slide off. Another car the speedo cable was held on with wire and duct tape. The catch had broken off.

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