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Old 10-27-2012, 05:55 PM
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So i repaired the speedometer cable inside to the gearbox? or transfercase it spins when i turn it but when i am driving it, it is still not showing a speed i am not lost... i will post a pic of what i am talking about.....

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the gear is fine and there are 2 notches by my thumb and my index is that where the stock went? if so what could it be i am stumped now......
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so i cleaned it up and it is not working meaning next step is rebuilding the transfer case or get a new one... this does not surprise me at all tho...
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are you sure its pushed all the way in?
Have you tried a new or different sensor?
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so i thought about it and i decided that i am going to go over to the junkyard and just pick up another one i found the rebuild kit with all the stuff i need and it is 749 so... i am just going to pick one up from the junk yard
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are you sure its pushed all the way in?
Have you tried a new or different sensor?
yes and the sensor is still good
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just curious how you know its still good?
Did you try spinning it with a drill and see if it moves on the dash?
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just curious how you know its still good?
Did you try spinning it with a drill and see if it moves on the dash?
yes plus the spline inside of the transfer case feels like it is almost to the metal and almost smooth
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