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 vn speedo wont go past 110km/h

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driver93 Posted - 13 Sep 2013 : 11:06:23 PM
heyy there,
i recently got a 91 vn commodore and i was driving it last night on the freeway and noticed that the speedo wouldn't pass 110 even though i was exceeding it, why do you think this is happening
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driver93 Posted - 20 Sep 2013 : 11:17:52 AM
thanks mate i'll have to book it in
Mechknight73 Posted - 17 Sep 2013 : 6:47:25 PM
On warmer days, does the needle "flap" up and down? There's a common fault with the VN's instrument cluster. Instead of a flat printed circuit board like many other cars, VNs have this stiff that looks like the ribbon cable from inside a hard drive. Over time, tiny fractures show up in said ribbons. It can easily be fixed by and good instrument shop, and ask them to check your speedo gear while they're at it. The VN speedo doesn't have a cable drive either; an alelctronic sensor on the transmission sends a signal to the speedo, and a small electric motor drives the speedo and odometer. The main drive gear for this is plastic, and if it goes, you have no odometer. Support Forums © 2005 - 2019 Go To Top Of Page  
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