Date: Thu, 25 May 2000 14:20:08 -0500
From: Frenchs Foreign Car <>
Subject: Re: odometer

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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