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TRACKMEISTER
16-12-2005, 02:58 PM
My rev counter is only revving up to 3500 and my speedo isnt working at all including the mileometer, going to check the sensor underneath, but anybody else got any ideas??

steve f
16-12-2005, 06:31 PM
my rev counter does that hits the rev limiter at 5250 revs

TRACKMEISTER
16-12-2005, 07:18 PM
strange that one Steve !! :laugh:

Seems that some guys in the USA repair these, dont know of anyone in the UK

steve f
16-12-2005, 07:24 PM
strange that one Steve !! :laugh:

Seems that some guys in the USA repair these, dont know of anyone in the UK
there is a guy in otley that can do the rev counter will try and find his number

stevew
16-12-2005, 07:26 PM
strange that one Steve !! :laugh:

Seems that some guys in the USA repair these, dont know of anyone in the UK

Speedograph Richfield http://www.speedograph-richfield.com/

steve f
16-12-2005, 07:37 PM
Speedograph Richfield http://www.speedograph-richfield.com/
yes but they have a 10 year turn round to fix stuff

stevew
16-12-2005, 07:42 PM
yes but they have a 10 year turn round to fix stuff

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: your right mate,they are not the fastest people in the world

Jack Russell Racing
19-12-2005, 07:17 AM
If you are willing to ship to the US, I suggest Palo Alto Speedometer. I have used them twice in the past month for some 328 tachs that came faulty from Ferrari.

Fixed perfectly for about $120 USD. www.paspeedo.com I think is the URL. If you need help with the transaction because they're here in the states, let me know. Or, if you want to exchange yours for one of my brand new ones, give me a shout: daniel_dot_pass_at_ricambiamerica.com.

-d

rubystone
20-02-2006, 12:28 PM
Matt, I have the same problem on my 308 - the speedo has just stopped working...I saw a speedo sensor on sale on ebay recently for 150 - which makes me wonder whether mine is stuffed - my local autoelectrician can't trace the problem and I am now waiting until the car is serviced sometime in the next 3 months. I'll update you on what the problem was if you haven't sorted yours by then and could you do the same for me?

jos
20-02-2006, 12:35 PM
The sensor is the normal fault - the type was changed I think from carb to i - this affects availability & cost - speedo repairs are usually done by 'Speedy Cables' who are now in Wales somewhere

Ferraritech
20-02-2006, 01:38 PM
Matt, I have the same problem on my 308 - the speedo has just stopped working...I saw a speedo sensor on sale on ebay recently for 150 - which makes me wonder whether mine is stuffed - my local autoelectrician can't trace the problem and I am now waiting until the car is serviced sometime in the next 3 months. I'll update you on what the problem was if you haven't sorted yours by then and could you do the same for me?

TOO expensive 308 carb car sensor costs 76 plus vat new:thumbsup:

TRACKMEISTER
20-02-2006, 05:09 PM
My clocks are currently at Alto Speedo in Californa let you know whats what when I get em back (he has had them 15 days)

rubystone
22-02-2006, 10:14 AM
TOO expensive 308 carb car sensor costs 76 plus vat new:thumbsup:

Mine's a QV - any idea what it should cost for a speedo sensor for one of those?

TRACKMEISTER
02-03-2006, 11:00 AM
UPDATE...........Clocks have arrived back, all ok, bad news is customs charges(via Parcelforce) and VAT...........an extra 79.55.........it would have been cheaper to buy brand new clocks!!!