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Sounds like a drying cable... If so, this may help:

Disconnect at tach and wheel. Won't necessarily have to be removed, but easier if it is.
A short length of rubber or poly hose (fuel, vacuum, fish tank, etc.) pushed over the top of the cablewith a small funnel inserted into the exposed end.
A catch-can on the bottom side.
With the funnel supported, pour in a few ounces of WD-40 or another light lubricant and let it sit until the lube trickles out down below.
May take more than a few ounces...
You can speed up the process by working the drive cable with a small cordless drill attached carefully, but letting it sit for a extended period will help greatly.
Any variation of the method above should get the lubeend-to-end throughout the cable assembly and work also.

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Edit:
Man is it cold here too. Not use to this kind of cold yet, but I'm ready for it.
 

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Ooops..:DSorry there, CodyinMN,

I was thinking Speedometer for some reason, despite what I read and wrote. Houseful over here.

Same process applies though.
 

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