that is still a cable so chances are the end that goes into the tranny tail is loose or stripped its for the most part a plastic component so durability is a factorit is a easy fix so if it where me id start with a connection check then determine if i need to buy a 20.00 dollar cable .... hope it helps chris in dayton Ohio
May have to take the truck to a certified speedometer repair shop
Take your truck to mechanic man to do it for you
See your local GM dealer for a reman swap.
Broken are weak leaf springs on the rear.
In Minnesota, top ranked truck repair include Carco automotive incorporation, Gatr Volvo truck center, and Schwieters Chevrolet company. You can also check out other places in the phone book.
haynes repair manual or chilton repair manual, most often found at your local parts store
form_title=Repair Truck Cap form_header=A broken truck cap needs to be repaired to ensure integrity of the cargo area. Please describe the nature of the problem:=_ Will the cap need to be replaced completely?= () Yes () No When was the truck cap installed?=_
No. But 1969 thru 1972 Chevrolet truck grille assembly will interchange.
Unplug the wiring connector, Remove the 10mm bolt and bracket. Now pull the senser out of the transmission. That's it.
Bar from the handle to the latch is broken or disconnected.
No, the Silverado is a Chevrolet truck.