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GAUGE OPERATION TROUBLE SHOOTING
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 INSTRUMENTS SPEEDOMETER, TACHOMETER AND CABLE TROUBLE SHOOTING Remove 1. Disconnect  upper  end  of  speedometer  or  tachometer cable     by     removing     four     mounting     screws     from instrument   cluster   and   detaching   cluster   enough   to expose back of cluster. 2. Depress   spring   clasp   on   back   of   speedometer   or tachometer and release cable (Fig.  4). 3. Unscrew   cable   lower   or   drive   end   from   adapter   at either transmission or engine component. 4. Unfasten   cable   from   any   ties   or   clips   and   remove complete cable assembly from chassis. Inspect 1. Pull the flexible core out of case and check for kinks by rolling core on a flat surface. 2. A core kink will show up as a hop at kinked point. 3. Check for frayed spots by running core loosely through fingers. Repair or Replace Core Never reuse a kinked or frayed core.  A kinked core will cause a fluctuation of speedometer or tachometer reading and a frayed core will fail completely a short time after being returned to service. IMPORTANT If replacement core is used, be sure core is not too  long.    A  long  core  will  cause  a  damaging thrust  to  head  of  speedometer  or  tachometer when installed. Install Apply   a   thin   coat   of   lubricant   (IH   #251H   EP)   to   core   at reassembly as follows: 1. Place approximately 1 teaspoon of lube in one hand. CTS-2735  Page 8 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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