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Author Subject: crazy speedo
lilnickgti6

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Location: flintshire

Registered: 29 Aug 2009

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Post #1
hey guys, when i turn the ignition on my speedo needle flickers really quickly for about 5 secs then when i start the engine its does the same agin and the rev needle stays on zero for 5 secs then there fine when i drive around, then when i turn the car off the speedo flickers again for 5 secs, its really annoying me any one any ideas? thanks
Posted 27th Sep 2009 at 03:03
mad_dave23

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Location: Farmer land

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Post #2
battery is shot, get a new one!
Posted 27th Sep 2009 at 03:07
lilnickgti6

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Post #3
are you sure its the battery as all the othe electrics are working fine ie radio lights dash lights
Posted 27th Sep 2009 at 03:09
mechanical_repairs

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Location: leicester

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Post #4
I have seen a few like this but cant really answer your question, i would say its a pod fault. It works after a while though so i wouldnt really worry over it.

The battery isnt an issue with your fault, thats when the speedo and rev needle go to max then return.

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Posted 27th Sep 2009 at 03:50
lilnickgti6

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Post #5
thanks carl so it isnt nothing to worry about?
Posted 27th Sep 2009 at 03:51

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