Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: Blythewood, SC 29016
Drives: 00 SEL Sedan DOHC
Rep Power: 101
If you aren't having any issues like pawpaw mentioned, I would remove the quick disconnect for the cable under the hood and separate the two halves. then I would pull out the instrument cluster. Next, I would rip out the speedometer cable from the housing (yes it does pull out). Get some wheel bearing grease and slather it in your hand. Run the cable through it, then thread it back in. Note the positions of about where the cable sat.
See if that gives it less wobble. For some reason the 92-95s were known for this.
-'66 Ford Country Squire wagon 390/C6
-'87 & '89 Mercury Colony Park wagons 302 EFI/AOD
-'90 Lincoln Town Car 302 EFI/AOD
-'03 Lincoln Town Car 4.6L/4R70W
former '87 Taurus 3.0 GL sedan, '87 Taurus 3.0 GL Wagon, '97 Taurus SHO 3.4 V8 sedan, '00 Taurus SEL 3.0 24V