1994 Chevrolet Caprice Questions

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The digital speedometer and odometer used to just phase in and out. Bang it hard and it would come back on. Sometimes for a month; other times for a moment. Apparently, it’s not tolerating that anymore and appears to be ignoring my efforts with a vengeance. Part (OEM 16164576) appears to be discontinued. Any suggestions as to a repair (one shop that I reached out to in California no longer stocks the parts) or a salvage yard? Would truly like to know how fast I am traveling as well as my mileage. Help!

Have a 94 classic. Went to repair ball joint on right lower. Appears it might be forged on. Wont press out or pound out, is this common? Option is to get the lower/ball assembly already put together but trying to avoid having to tear into car further. Any experience with this issue.
Crank no start changed fuel pump getting gas to the intake still want start
its start slow
I'm thinking its my starter but just wanna be sure before i spend extra cash...and sometimes it will start up with no problem at all but it start slipping it kinda sounds like its stripping or some?
There's enough heat to defrost windshield slowly, but never warm.I would guess a malfunctioning heater valve or damper.
The I kinda big box undrrhood I was told was getting to much air
oil pressure gauge flickers sometimes, voltage gauge reads on the high side, popping sound in speakers when turn signals are on. The car does not do this all the time, but the positive feed to fuse box in engine compartment on passenger side gets extremely hot...thank you
How many ground wires are on the ignition modual
When accelerating the gas
But when I took it out to test it to see how it felt after that I notice it didnt had the same power as before I change the plugs and it took longer to shift... So my question is what could of cause that problem? Or how can I fix it?
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