Date: Fri, 26 May 2000 03:19:17 GMT
From: (eric)
Subject: Re: odometer

I always reset my trip computer (almost evertime I fill up my tank), while I was driving, but I never had this problem. Mine is 92 9000 CD turbo. eric On Thu, 25 May 2000 14:20:08 -0500, Frenchs Foreign Car <> wrote: >What probly caused your odometer to quit working is the trip meter was reset >while the car was in motion. This inturn stripped out the gears. The best way >to repair the problem is to replace the speedo with a reman. > > > >"Nate t. G." wrote: > >> hello, >> i'm not sure, but i'd be interested as well. (sorry for the "me too" >> response). i have an 87 900 Turbo 16v that the odometer has stopped >> altogether on. the speedometer still works so i know the cable is good >> (presuming it is al driven off the same cable -which would be logical), so >> it has to be some kind of gearing failure. >> >> -- >> Nate t. G. >> >> "Sir Me" <> wrote in message >> news:8ghstv$ >> > Well, my odometer's done it again. I just "passed" 400k km on my 87 >> > 900. The funny thing is that only a few months ago I had just "passed" >> > 200k! I know that it is not working properly and that it is wrapping too >> > much. Can someone tell me how to correct the problem before the value of >> my >> > beautiful car falls to nothing when I pass 500 and 600k? >> > >> > Thanks, >> > Chris >> > please cc: >> > >> >

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