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your rpm needles are driven by cables, if they are for some reason winding up tight inside the plastic sheething (sp?) and then releasing, then it will make the guage hop around like that. could be the cables going bad.

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your rpm needles are driven by cables, if they are for some reason winding up tight inside the plastic sheething (sp?) and then releasing, then it will make the guage hop around like that. could be the cables going bad.

I had a car, years ago, that the speedometer did the exact same thing. I changed the cable as you're suggesting and never had the problem again. I think the cable or the sheathing had some damage somewhere along its length and the two would snag every once in a while - showing as a "bouncing" needle on my speedometer.

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