How to fix a malfunction speedometer for your 2013 Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro

Speedometer of motorcycle is a really simple part or it is simpler than what you thought it will be. It consists of a speedometer gauge, a speedometer cable and a fitting on the wheel hub. If you have an electrical speedometer, you have to have it check and repaired by professionals. If not, the most common problem of the speedometer is that in speedometer cable or gauge. In this article, we will tell you how to fix a malfunction speedometer for your 2013 Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro .

Step 1: stop your 2013 Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro at a flat ground and stabilized it with the kickstand or a repair stand if you have one. Loosen the fitting that connects the lower end of the speedometer cable to the hub with an electric wrench.

Step 2: check the cable of your 2013 Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro : pull the end of the cable out of the hub and check to see if it is good. If the end of the cable is broken or the edge of it is rounded, then you need to replace it with a new one. If it is broken, then you need to check your hub to see if there is any piece of the cable. If so, you should try to get this piece of cable out. Be careful not to damage other parts during this process. Then, loosen the cable connection fitting and pull end of the cable out of the speedometer. With specific remove tools to remove all cable guides on the front forks or the handlebars of your 2013 Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro .

Step 3: coat the square end of the cable with speedometer cable grease and reattach it to the front wheel speedometer hub. Route the cable to the speedometer’s underside and attach the upper end to speedometer’s fitting. And then tighten the fitting and reattach the speedometer cable guides.

Step 4: Detach the cable underneath the speedometer of your 2013 Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro . Loosen the nuts on the handlebars and remove the speedometer and remove the back cover from the speedometer.

Step 5: Remove the odometer of your 2013 Hyosung GV650 Aquila Pro and check the gears behind or below the number wheels to see if they are worm badly or not. If so you should replace it with new one.

Step 6: check the back of the speedometer dial to see if it is OK. If accumulated rust or corrosion exists, then you should replace it with a new one. If it is OK, then you can just apply lubricant and then reinstall it back.

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