tach needle stuck
My 95 Cobra was in an accident last year (front end damage/bags blown), so over the winter I did considerable engine work (port/polish, 5-angle, replace valve trainÖ).
Last night I fired up the car for the first time since doing the engine work and noticed my tach needle was on the wrong side of the rubber needle stop at zero RPM. When I start the car it rises from underneath the needle and acts like itís trying to display RPMs but canít make it past the rubber needle stop.
Anyone seen this before and know how to fix it (without tearing out the cluster and moving needle manually)? Is this a symptom of the wreck (though, I didnít notice it before last night)? Is there a way to ďresetĒ the tach?