If this is an electronic unit, the heat generated after the lights are on for one half hour, is affecting the intergrity of the electronic circuit board.
there is no speedo cable so if your speedo isn't working you either have a faulty sending unit or the dash half of it is bad
issue with common ground.
Half of it? It either works or it does not. My guess would be you need a new mouse. They are dirt cheap.
It would depend on the contract the nurse is held to. In general though many nurses and others in that profession do get paid time and a half for working holidays.
I heard you have to take half the motor apart to get to them.
1. Disconnect the cable from the back of the Speedometer. 2. Disconnect it from the Transmission it should be on the driver's side about half way back. 3. Now follow the cable up till you locate where it comes thru the firewall and pull it out. 4. Push the replacement cable thru where the old one came out. 5. Remove the old cable the connect both ends of the new cable and you are done.
It wouldn't be recommended. The 215 is about three inches taller and almost a half inch wider. Your speedometer would be 7mph off at 65 mph.
Your speed is based on how many times the axle rotates and is calculated by the car manufacturer based on the wheel size. If you used a tire that was bigger than standard such that the outer ring that touches the road was twice as long, your speedometer would read half the speed. So your mph speed of the car remains the same, but the speedometer registers it as half.
U need a new speedometer cable. It runs from the transmission to the speedometer. They tend to break in half or just seize up after they get so old. They are easy to replace, it takes to people to do it but it is really easy to do. I hope I helped you.
The working class were also called the lower class. They were people like those who worked in the factories. There were about 15 million working class people. From 0-5 years old they would play in the streets. From 5-10, they would go to school (only after 1871). When they were 10-12 they would have a half day school, half day work. From 12 upwards they would have a full time job or an apprenticeship.