Question about 1986 Audi 5000 CS
I seem to have an intermittent fault with the tachometer on my 3000 V6 Petrol Mitsubishi Shogun. Where is the signal generated? Is there a ribbon cable in the clock housing etc? Is this a common problem?
It is not a common problem, and the cause of these kinds of issues is the small circuit board that sends the signal to the tach needle stepper motor or the stepper motor itself, a stepper motor is a motor that can rotate itself to an infinite number of positions and hold that reading or setting. The cure is to pull the tach out and send it to a Mitsubishi factory authorized repair facility, they are the only ones who have parts and manuals.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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