montgomery63 wrote:My set screw on the speedometer hub is frozen and I am beginning to strip the phillips head on the screw. I've tried penetrating oil and gently heating the screw. Nothing has worked. Ideas?
montgomery63 wrote:Got the stripped screw. Bought a $7 screw extractor from Ace Hardware and backed it right out. Got the new cable installed but the speedo doesnt work. It seems to be seated on the bottom end. Cant tell if it is going far enough up inside the speedometer at the top end, but it seems to go in a half to 3/4 inch. Don't know what else to do.
Did you make sure it was seated into the drive? If you unscrew it from the speedo, and watch the end while turning the front wheel, can you see the inner core turning?
montgomery63 wrote:Did you make sure it was seated into the drive? If you unscrew it from the speedo, and watch the end while turning the front wheel, can you see the inner core turning?
Yes, I did that, and it was not turning. It sure felt seated, so I pulled the other end from the speedometer drive and spun the wheel. The internal pin in the speedo drive was not turning consistently (would for a second, then would stop). I now believe I have isolated the problem as a bad speedometer drive.
montgomery63 wrote:Does anyone know a source for a speedometer drive unit for an 82 GL 1100? I am not finding one online. Thanks.
Britanicus wrote:You have to make sure that you seat it properly. I just did this for my bike and found that the seat end has a slot and groove that must be lined up to properly seat.
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