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1998 gsxr 750 speedo problem

Everything works but the speedo , Ive changed out clusters but still doesn't work , It doesn't have a cable . Can anybody help?

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  • blvdballer Mar 05, 2009

    Thanks a lot I will check that right away I hope that's the Problem Sucks not knowing how fast I'm going .

  • blvdballer Mar 11, 2009

    What do you mean speedo pick up?

  • blvdballer Mar 12, 2009

    I had to change out my clutch cable and as I was doing so I found out my speedo sensor was unhooked Thanks for all the help

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Speedo pick up , is in left/hand front sprocket cover.

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  • garypj83 Mar 10, 2009

    hit the rev limiter in 3rd & your doing 140 ish,does that help ? So 7 thou & your about 70 mph.

  • garypj83 Mar 11, 2009

    speedo pick/up ,is a magnetic sensor ,that is triggered by a target mounted on the front sprocket,which creates a pulse ,when it rotates. This signal is then calibrated ,to give ,MPH.

  • garypj83 Mar 11, 2009

    Could be that target has not been refitted , or has been damaged during chain & sprocket change.Remove left hand cover and inspect.

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If the speedo doesn't work through a cable then it probably works on a electronic sensor.try and trace the wire from the back of the speedo to the sensor and replace the sensor.will more than likely be around the front wheel area or the gearbox.

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  • jpstaxi Mar 05, 2009

    no worries, hope you get it sorted.

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