[DML] Re: RPM gauge stopped working - need advice to fix
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[DML] Re: RPM gauge stopped working - need advice to fix



It is a good bet you knocked a connection loose. Go over the areas you
just recently worked on and check the connections. Did you touch
anything on the firewall near the ballast resistors or the coil cover?
You can also check the grounding point on the front radiator support
by the right front wheel. If you can't find it then you will just have
to follow the wires that feed the Tach and see where they connect (or
not). The Tach wiring does not go anywhere near the fuel accumulator.
There is no sensor. The tach is run off of the ignition circuit and we
know that works because the motor runs.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "sweetp01569" <paul.sweet@...> wrote:
>
> My RPM gauge appeared to have stopped working yesterday.  After 
> changing my fuel accumulator last night (can I say how much of a pain 
> in the ass that job was!), I ran the car, and the RPM gauge just sits 
> at about 1000 rpms, even if I press the gas pedal and rev the engine.  
> I drove it to work today, still stayed relatively motionless, except 
> for floating up and down a few hundred RPM on the gauge.  Could I have 
> knocked out a sensor or broke a wire?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Paul
> vin 10944
>









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