Clean and Lubricate a Tachometer Cable

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In this instructable video, I attempt to fix a bouncing tachometer needle by cleaning and lubricating the tachometer cable on my Honda Nighthawk CB450SC motorcycle. The tachometer would bounce at both idle and at speed.

Tools:

  1. Tools and Parts Cleaning Spray
  2. Silicone Lubricant
  3. Socket Wrench

After putting it back on, the bouncing was reduced.

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