If you have ever looked at the way a speedometer cable is routed through the firewall and up to the cluster.... You will cringe! I had been getting noise from my speedometer and figured it would be easier to eliminate the cable from the equation than to change the speedometer itself..... I'm not so sure it was the easiest part to replace but I found a slick way to do it. I have two speedo cables because of the cruise control but I think this will work well for either one or two piece cables. Once you've pulled the bezel off the dash and removed the cluster. (Oh.... and the plastic toe-board cover under the dash cuz the cable runs under it.) You have to pull the cable down through the firewall from the engine side. (or maybe from under the car if you only have one cable.) One Coat Hanger is the perfect length to use as a snake to guide the new cable back in. (Make a spring-shaped coil in the end which fits snug to the speedo cable end.) Now... to be sure you have the new one routed correctly.... Hook the hanger on the speedometer end of the cable BEFORE you pull the cable through the firewall. Once the old one is pulled through, the new speedo cable can be connected to the coat hanger and guided back up through the firewall and dash by using the coat hanger to pull it back into place. I was able to make this a one person job without crawling under the car by using a simple coat hanger as the guide. Maybe this is in the Haynes manual... I didn't look. It seemed like a perfect solution to an otherwise extremely difficult task so I thought I would share. BTW... My speedometer isn't making that "shuck,shuck,shuck" noise anymore either!