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I picked up a transducer from a friend's 79 Blazer. I would like to know how to rebuild it, or sent it somewhere to get it rebuilt. I am in the process of reinstalling a cruise control setup in my El Camino, any suggestions are always welcome, and appriciated.Thanks.

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They are not easily rebuildible without acces to the replacment parts. I just threw away about 20 cores that a local dealer gave me. NAPA has them available. That is were I got my last 2. Use it as a core exchange. The larger speedo repair shops used to repair them when they were common. You might try one of them.
 

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I agree completely. I tried to rebuild the transducer which is on our 70 conv (mid-70s style). New ones are not available, but rebuilt ones are with a core exchange. I exchanged mine at an AC-DELCO parts store and it has performed flawlessly for about 2yrs now. I would expect the big parts stores such as NAPA has them for about $50-65 exchange.

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