If it has a mechanical speedo,take the negative battery cable loose first then take the spedo housing loose from the speedo first then pull the cable out of the housing. Then take the housing loose at the bottom and remove the part of the cable that is twisted off. Get a new cable and install it with lots of cable lubricant. Then hook up the botton end then the top end of the housing. Hook up the neg battery cable
You may have a loose clutch cable.
Hey Criss==First take it loose at the speedometer end then pull it out of the housing. If it is broken, take it loose at the trans and remove the broken part. Put them together and measure the length. Go to the store and get a cable the correct length and get some speedo cable lube. In stall the cable into the housing with lots of grease and hook up the ends and that is all. If the housing is bad you will need a new housing and cable. GoodluckJoe
Probably a fuse or a loose cable. Try that first.
First make sure it is the starter that is at fault. Then take the neg battery cable loose at the batery. Then take off the wiring then the bolts holding it on and work it out.
Use the appropriate socket on the nut and tighten it. Make sure the cable is in the correct position first.
Take the console out then unhook the cable from the shifter. RAise the car and take it loose from underneath. Use stands when you are under the car.
get it tightened
Remove the cable housing from the rear of the speedo and pull the cable out, then take it loose at the trans and remove the piece that is broken off. Get a new cable and when reinstalling it grease it good with special speedo grease.
That a cable with a primary function to the computer working properly is loose, thus impairing the computer's ability to work properly.
Check for a loose or corroded ground or battery cable Check for a loose or corroded ground or battery cable