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NEED HELP! #142398 Apr 1, 3:12pm Apr 1, 3:12pm
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hey i need help... I need to know how to recalibrat the speedomitor and RPM

i need to know asap thanks in advance thumbsup


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Re: NEED HELP! [Re: EuRoBoYGT] #142399 Apr 1, 3:18pm Apr 1, 3:18pm
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does anyone know cry cry i need help asap


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Re: NEED HELP! [Re: EuRoBoYGT] #142400 Apr 1, 3:21pm Apr 1, 3:21pm
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umm. reset the ECU I guess? Disconnect the negative battery terminal for 15 minutes or so then reconnect it.

Re: NEED HELP! [Re: EuRoBoYGT] #142401 Apr 1, 3:33pm Apr 1, 3:33pm
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Put back to two connectors from behind the gauges. With the gauge hanging, turn on the ignition to the acc position. Wait for 20 seconds and the gauge cluster should calibrate itself. Speedo and tach setting now is calibrated to be at zero. Replace the needle , making sure it points to zero. Gently push the needle back on. Note: do not handle the needle by the arm. Hold it at the black plastic center while doing this. Turn off the ignition. Wait 3 minutes and turn it back to acc position. Needle should move as the gauge calibrate itself and then fall back to zero. If needle does not fall back to zero, carefully remove the needle and repeat this procedure again until needle show zero after calibration.


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Re: NEED HELP! [Re: EuRoBoYGT] #142402 Apr 1, 3:38pm Apr 1, 3:38pm
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Dude, what happened?>

Re: NEED HELP! [Re: StoneSour] #142403 Apr 1, 9:12pm Apr 1, 9:12pm
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thanks isaac thumbsup thumbsup thumbsup


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Dude, what happened?>

i painted my needles


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