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Old 02-01-2009, 10:05 PM
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NP203 speedometer gear problem

i have recently rebuilt the motor and transmission is recently rebuilt also. The problem here is that the speedometer does not work. I have replaced the gear and key also i hooked a drill up to the cable and spun it and the gauge worked so i know its in the trasfer case.. Im not sure if there is a gear that is not messing in the transfer case? Also if i need to replace this gear can i get to it by unbolting the rear output part or do i need to take the whole transfer case apart?

Any info would be awsome..im at a lost!!

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Mike Miller

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Old 02-01-2009, 11:15 PM
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All you need to do to get to the drive gear is to remove the one or both aluminum housings for the rear output. Be careful, the shaft & other parts could fall out. There should be a colored gear on the shaft.

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that is awsome info thanks. i have one last question..once i get that output housing off does that colored gear slide off or do i need to take the whole shaft out?


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Slides off. Don't remember whether it is retained by a snap ring or not.
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thank you for your help mmerlinn there is little information on this and i didnt want to get to involved with it without knowing what i was doing..

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Mike
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