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Old 01-18-2013, 02:22 AM   #1
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Trying to locate the speedo gear currently installed so I can get the appropriate replacement when changing gears. Haynes has nothing. All I know is it runs from the transmission. Realize its a stupid question but my first time doing it. Any help appreciated.
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Will this help? Mustang Speedometer Gear Application Guide - LRS forget that!, i found what you're looking for at Americanmuscle.com be right back with link. No, l was wrong, they sell them and even have pictures of it, they also have one photo that a customer took of the speedometer gear l assume it is right before he puts it inplace. I'm not sure if you'd want that. Sorry to have jumped the gun, so to speak
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That's a nice chart for the gears that are currently installed and will be helpful. I need to locate the current speedo to identify how's by teeth it has so I can replace it with the appropriate one after swapping gears.
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That's a nice chart for the gears that are currently installed and will be helpful. I need to locate the current speedo to identify how's by teeth it has so I can replace it with the appropriate one after swapping gears.
What year is your car? 99-04 you have yo do it by the computer. If you have a tuner its the easiest way.
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Unfortunately it's a 97 and I've learned that it has to be done the hard way.
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Unfortunately it's a 97 and I've learned that it has to be done the hard way.
Im pretty sure u have to take your gauge cluster out and its behind the speedometer.
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There's this

http://www.americanmuscle.com/ford-s...tool-9410.html

And this

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