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    Has anyone experienced 5-10 mph flux on speedometer? I was cruising at 80 mph today and noticed speed bouncing between 80-90. Stopped and got gas after 15 mins of that fluxing and it started doing it again between 30-45 mph after leaving gas station.

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    It is your speedo sensor that is located in the front of the secondary drive--right behind the rear left side chrome cover. It has some metal sahvings on it. Very easy to get to and clean off. It is a magnetic type prox sensor that will collect some shavings over time.
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    That was it man! Big chunk - about the size of an index fingernail (clipped). That's kinda scary a piece that big though. Thanks a lot for the tip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurR View Post
    It is your speedo sensor that is located in the front of the secondary drive--right behind the rear left side chrome cover. It has some metal sahvings on it. Very easy to get to and clean off. It is a magnetic type prox sensor that will collect some shavings over time.

    Take it out and clean it - good to go!!

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