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02 tip of the day, after several tries at finding a noise

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in the back, thinking that it was the driveshaft and things. Well it was something simple the brake cable holder broke, which left the cable hit the wheel weight when I drove the car. It drove me crazy for like two weeks, fixed today.

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Rey, as I was getting the 68 ready to drive down to Dallas I heard click click sound from the instrument panel area with the speedo needle sharply jumping with the clicks each time around and so I reached under the panel and felt the cable and I can feel the clicks inside there also. I have not had the chance to inspect what is wrong but I will this weekend while in Dallas. Until then it will be in the back of my mind clicking away along with zillion other clicks. Glad you got yours out of the system.

Rajesh

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back in college, when time and money fell from the

friggin' trees and restoring cars was part of the

schedule (along with wine and mountain bike

trips)

HA!

Brent Miller

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if there is axial play in the speedo input shaft; excessive play can break the speedo. Fix immediately, or disconnect speedo cable until repair is possible.

Or maybe it's just a worn speedo cable.

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