The 1989 to 1991 Mazda 626 models, have a similar speedo cable setup. There are 2 kinds of cable. The first is a one-piece cable that runs from the transmission to the back of the speedo as one continuous length The second is a two-piece cable that has a 6 inch section from the transmission, connected to a 40 inch piece which goes to the dash. The care easily discernable because the two piece one has a large coupling on it, six inches from the transmission. To replace, simply slacken the nut on the cable from the transmission side first, using a 17mm open-ended spanner. Once off, pull the cable out of the tranny by leaning over it and gently punning it straight up. Then, remove the dash console by uncrewing all the screws. There are 4 to 5 screws, found on the underside of the dash, in front of the gauge cluster. Once off gently pull the finiher off exposing the gauge pod. It's an all in once pod of the gauges with a clear plexiglas cover. (Take care not to scratch it while handling it) The cluster itself is held to the dash by four screws. These are clearly visible in the four corners of the gauge pod. Once removed, pull the pod to you (sitting in the drivers seat) slowly. It is still connected via electrical connections. These must be unpluged so you have to reach behind the gauge pod using as little space as possible. Once unplugged, the final attachment is the speedo cable itself. It's connector is round and thick and either yellow or white plastic. There's a tab to one side that must be pressed to release it. Press the tab and pull the cable away from the gauges. ( Away from you/ towards the windsheild. ) Once it's out you can freely slacken any cable clips holding the speedo cable unser the hood and along the firewall. Pull the now free cable back through the firewall towards the engine. Handle the cable clips carefullyt and re-use them as they arent sold with the cable and are hard to source. Just repeat the process in the reverse for installation.
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Back of the speedometer, through the firewall and into the top of the transmission.
Most of the time, the speedometer cable breaks, and you replace it. The best way to find out, is to unscrew it from the transmission, and see if you can pull the cable out from the casing. If it checks out to be good, then it will be the drive gear inside the transmission, or the speedometer itself.
auto trans have it but the manual transaxles/transmissions have a gadge under the speedometer cable and etched diagram next to it if you need more im here to answer...
The speedometer cable on a 1989 S10 is behind the steering wheel. The speed sensor is mounted on the transfer case tailshaft.
Try blowing graphite down there.
There is no cable....It is electric.....The speed sensor is on the transmission...Its called the VSS(Vehicle Speed Sensor)...Easy to take out and install...One bolt...Unplug the connector and remove the bolt and the sensor slides out.
Answerreplace the speedometer cable. the problem will get worse, before it brakes. there is no cure but replacement My 1989 Ford had a gear on the transmission that had to be replaced, cable was okay. Easier than replacing cable if it is like a Ford.
i had the same car. its probally the cable that runs from the back of the speedometer to the trany. you have to pull out the instrument cluster. its not that hard.
probably a broken cable drive.
Probably does not have a speed sensor. It would have a speedometer cable that goes from the back of the speedometer, through the firewall, underneath the car, and into the transmission.
This vehicle does not have a cabin filter. There is nothing to replace.
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Bought a used '90 Probe; a dealer repair involved adding transmission oil through the fitting that houses the speedometer cable. On the '90, that was seized; a replacement part was available only from Mazda. (The '90 has a Mazda 5 speed manual transmission.)
I believe that the first digital cluster on a S-10 Blazer was in 1989.
On my 1990 Integra RS the speed sensor is a part of the speedometer assembly. I got code 17 after repairing a dry/noisy speedometer cable. After putting the speedometer cable and instrument cluster back together, I test drove the car and found the speedometer wasn't turning because I didn't have the cable inserted all the way. After driving just around the block with the speedometer cable not connected, code 17 appeared.
Find the speedometer cable at the rear of the transmission and unscrew the collar. Use a screwdriver the pry the cable loose. Leave the cable hanging. Go to the Dashboard and gently pry out your instrument panel. This will take some time, be patient. When you get it out unscrew the speedometer cable from the rear of the instrument panel and pull the cable all the way out toward you. put in the new cable inserting it through the firewall and hook it up to the instrument panel. Put your instrument panel back in. Go under the car and hook it up back up to the transmission. That it!
Most likely have to change the cable.
89 Speedo cableI just paid for a lower speedometer cable. The sensor began in '90. The part price was 35.78 plus shipping. It also has a sensor that sits on top of the transmission case. I'm ordering one from hondapartscheap.com today!To better answer the question, an 89 prelude has both. The speedometer cable attaches to the speed sensor.
In order to replace a clutch on 1989 Acura Legend, you would have to remove the old one. You will do this by removing the jam nut that holds the pedal and disconnecting it from the throttle cable and replace it with a new one.Ê
yes NO, The 89 uses a speedometer cable where the 92 is electronic.
Mazda MPV was created in 1989.
On a 1989, the speedometer signal comes from the sensor in the housing where the passenger side axle shaft goes in the transmission.
To replace the clutch cable on a 1989 Mitsubishi Triton from the foot pedal to the motor you need to secure the vehicle with blocks behind all of the tires. Next, you will need to life up the frame to give you enough room to get under the vehicle safely. Remove the clutch cable from the motor first and follow it up to the foot pedal. Remove the cable from the foot pedal area and then attach the new cable.
The current value for a 1989 Mazda truck in good working condition is $1,599.