Sorry for the lack of info, basically, I got a new gauge lighting kit off eBay, the neat light-up panel ones.
Well, at the same time, I had to take the car into the shop for the mechanic to replace the rear engine mount (I'm lazy, I know! :P ) Well, he knew what I was planning to do next (putting in the aftermarket gauge panel) and he offered to do it for me. Now normally I would've said no, but I thought "what the heck" it'll save me some time. Long story short (too late...) he basically did the most ghetto job I think I've ever seen. Needless to say I simply took the car back and I'm probably going to replace the one he put on with a new one (MYSELF!). Only thing was, he glued it on
Sorry, I should've referred to the post I made in D&A section... http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=74972
I discovered the problem was the glue.
There was some excess at the base of the needle, which also explains the temporary sticking when it was decelerating as well.
I began noticing that when the car was warm/hot inside, the speedometer worked fine. When the A/C was on and the car began getting cooler, the speedometer started sticking. Gotta love adhesives.
Originally Posted by WillWren
If I fart dust, you fart cosmic radiation from the big bang.
134K miles... Rice pipe intake w/K&N racing filter, 180 t-stat, Rear Sensatracs, Perf Endlinks, tinted tails, custom gauges. Pioneer DE-1700 CD Player with 4"x6" 2-ways and 6x9" 3-ways
But no matter what, I can't seem to stop breaking engine mounts...
92 Bonneville SE - Blue Devil