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speedo problemss still 02 2.0hdi
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speedo not fixed after new sensor:brickwall:

Well that was a waste of time after 1 day back to as was before wandering all over + jerky throttle response. I noticed that when at a standstill & the speedo needle moving if I increased the rev's the speedo followed. Also as mentioned by modmytop (previous thread), when the speedo went dead got better throttle response and no jerkiness. I was thinking if I could disable the speedo & use a gps type for around £50.00 that may solve things. Can anyone shed any more light on this? I hate electrical problems :censored::censored:
If it was the speedo itself (rather than the sender) would it cause the jerkiness in throttle response as the needle sweeps up & down?
It was also mentioned to me that the throttle potentiometer cause problems similar is that linked in with the speedo reading as well?
Can anyone help please ? or is time for it to be claimed by the Romney Marsh triangle:whistle:
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A thought has anyone in this part of Kent/E Sussex got a code reader so i can see if any codes are stored (despite no warning light illuminating)
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Malcolm (citronut) on French Car Forum does. He's in St-Leonards-on-Sea; hopefully not too far.
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I have the Lexia kit and it's surprising what you can do with it. It includes testing the rev counter and speedo, obviously while stationary. It seems strange to be watching the speedo showing 60mph when stationary. This means that the speedo is governed to some extent by the BSI so a BSI reset is a good idea, as it's simple and costs nothing.
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(23-09-2013, 01:40 PM)mikeB Wrote:  I have the Lexia kit and it's surprising what you can do with it. It includes testing the rev counter and speedo, obviously while stationary. It seems strange to be watching the speedo showing 60mph when stationary. This means that the speedo is governed to some extent by the BSI so a BSI reset is a good idea, as it's simple and costs nothing.
I thought about the BSI reset "but" the buttons on the remote are long gone & I dont know if it can be done without?
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Can any one supply a diagram of the under bonnet earths?? Somone at work had a similar problem with a 1.6tdci focus (1.6 hdi engined type) and the problem was sorted disconnecting & cleaning the earths in the engine control unit area. Clutching at straws now
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#7
Solved it, someone has bought it from me (with full knowledge of the problems) YAYYYYYYYYYY
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Mines been dodgy for about three years now. The vast majority of the time it doesn't work at all but when it does it makes the van jerky. It probably only works now once in a blue moon.

I can gauge my speed very accurately by what gear I am in and the revs. It's passed the last three mots without it working.

I'm screwed when the rev counter stops working though ... ... ...

Yes I know I should get it seen to but I'm a gold medal procrastinator :whistle:
Somedays you're the pigeon, Somedays you're the statue.
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