REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
See Figure 1
- Disconnect the negative battery terminal.
- Remove the retaining screws securing the instrument cluster to the instrument panel.
- Remove the retaining screws securing the panel below the steering column, and remove the panel.
- Disconnect the speedometer cable from the cluster panel.
- From inside the engine compartment, loosen the retaining nut securing the speedometer cable to the transaxle housing.
- Disconnect the speed sensor wire harness from the speedometer cable.
- Remove the speedometer cable from the transaxle housing.
- Carefully and gently pull the speedometer cable through the firewall into the engine compartment.
- With the cable removed, check the gear at the transaxle end of the cable for signs of wear, and replace if necessary.
- Slowly and carefully feed the cable through the firewall into the interior compartment. Feed the cable through the bracket above the steering column. Once it is fed into the interior of the vehicle, loosely secure cable to instrument cluster. Make sure the rubber grommets on the cable are securely in place.
- Insert the other end of the speedometer cable into the transaxle, and secure with the retaining nut tightening it to 31-40 inch lbs. (3.4-4.5 Nm).
- Remove the speedometer cable from the instrument cluster in order to engage the electrical connectors to the instrument cluster. Then install the speedometer cable and tighten.
- Install the instrument cluster into the dash panel and secure with the retaining screws.
- Position and tighten with retaining hardware the lower panel below the steering column.
- Connect the negative battery terminal.
- Road test vehicle to make sure the speedometer and odometer function correctly.