So when you say "speedo housing", I'm a little unclear as to exactly what you mean. It could be one of two things.
1. The speedo cable itself- there is a knurled nut on the end of the speedo cable that must be loosened with pliers. Then the speedo cable simply pulls straight out from that.
2. The speedo drive itself- this piece is held into the transmission by threads, and is removed with a large socket- seems like it's 1 1/4" or maybe 1 5/16". Once the speedo cable is removed, you can put the socket on and back it out. It's probably never been out, so they're usually in there pretty tight.
Hope that helps I can't think of any tricks...or treats.
eric in vermont
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