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leaky speedo cable

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by ugly duckling, Jun 30, 2005.

  1. ugly duckling

    ugly duckling Newbie

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    this newbe needs a little info on the speedo cable that goes in the transfer case its a 203 its been leaking now for a couple of years.i drive the duck mostly on the weekends but never on long trips untill recently.when i looked in the rear view mirror it looked like i blew a head gasket or two.but when i started to look around and under, the underneath was covered in oil how can i fix this? is it costly? please help (the wife won't stop complaining)
     
  2. Muddytazz

    Muddytazz 1 ton status

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    There is actually a small o-ring seal that you can get to go in there and replace the original one :thumb:
     
  3. ugly duckling

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    do i need to drop the beast or do it in the duck?
     
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    Muddytazz 1 ton status

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    do it without removal
     
  5. ugly duckling

    ugly duckling Newbie

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    you wouldnt happen to know where i can get a kit?
     
  6. LongIslander26

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    Speedo leak

    Any parts store should have the kit, it's not too bad to do. Loosen the cable, remove the speedo assy, replace you rings and whatnot, screw it back in, and your done!
     
  7. ugly duckling

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    thank you very much. now maybe my honeydoo list gets smaller
     

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