Question about 2008 Ford Bantam 1.6i
ALL FUSES ARE OK,THE GAUGES ARE NOT WOORKING
Sometimes when the batery of vehicle goes flat or when u fit a new car batery to the bantams they love to give that problems like gauges not working rpm not working speedo not working and cluster display is dead, u disconect the batery termanils and for example fit positive termanil and arc. Or short til that blue spark occur then u swop around negative on and arc positive,leave the ignition switched on arc til gauges move!! Don't ask me why but that happend to me! A autoelek friend of mine showed me this! NB don't tri this with vehicles with a lot of elektric featers it can cause demage to ecu (engine control unit)
Posted on Oct 16, 2012
TURN YOUR IGNITION OFF,HOLD YOUR TRIP ODOMETER RESET BUTTON AND TURN IGNITION BACK ON......IT WILL DO A CLUSTER TEST
Posted on Feb 17, 2013
Had the same issue with a 2007 Ford ka 1.3 and Ford Bantam 2009 1.6, both rocam, the trick is when changing a battery, first connect the negative terminal, switch your ignition on, now connect the positive terminal, tada! Works every time, the reason is that there is a over voltage protector inside the instrument cluster, when you connect anything higher than 12volt it does its job, new charged batteries usually peaks at 12.72 volts
Posted on Aug 09, 2016
The instrument cluster is defective, pull it out and send it in for repair.
Posted on Feb 19, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Temperature gauge fluctuates
First of all you have a bad heater core that needs to be replaced. Second you may have a bad temperature sensor. Make sure the radiator if full of water
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
My 04 Ford Focus the battery light keeps coming on & going off, have fitted a new alternator belt but it didn't solve the problem. The battery connections are good. Also the rev counter, speedo & mileage clock keep going haywire when the battery light is on. Do you think it is the alternator? Or is it some other common problem?
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
Sounds like possibly the ignition switch is going out. Try jiggling the key in the ignition in the on position and see if your lights come back on.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
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