You don't. There is no such thing as an odometer or a speedometer cable on that vehicle. The speedometer is electrically operated using a signal from the vehicle speed sensor. The odometer is driven by a little electric motor in the speedometer head assembly. If the speedo is working, but the odo isn't, you need a speedometer head assembly. If both are inop, you COULD need a speedo head, but there could also be a problem elsewhere in the system.
== == It is plastic gear driven. There is no cable as in earlier vehicles. Although the output shaft in the transmission still operates the speedometer and odometer, the plastic gear drives a sensor that is plugged into the wiring harness. On the other end, it's included in one of two large connectors that attach to the back of the instrument cluster. No cables!
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