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Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 18:33:05 -0000
From: "Adrian England" <>
Subject: Re: 9000 speedometer probs

Goran Larsson wrote: > In article <bnoq11$hqh$>, > Michael Limpinsel <michael.limpinselnopsamcom> wrote: > >> Beneath the speedometer the trip meter (day and total) are gone when >> the instrument finaly fails. >> the consumption (l/100km) is counting increasing values (60l/100 km >> already:-))) > > The EDU thinks you are stationary and still use up fuel. > >> I will first check the electric connections and perhaps try to >> unscrew the transducer from the gearbox for more tests. > > The transducer is on the upper side of the gearbox. It was over ten > years ago since I had to look the this, but I think you can see the > transducer by looking down between the engine/gearbox and the bulk > head. You definitely can reach it from below. The transducer is > mounted on the differential housing, at the rear of the transmission > case, close to where the shifting linkage enters the gearbox. When you > remove the transducer the wires will twist, pre-twist them before > re-mounting the transducer. Mine just didn't work one day. Turned back home, pulled the speedo out check all conections inc transducer. Never missed a beat since. Weired? -- take off "ospam" to mail me

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