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When is turn off the swıcht rpm indicator is not comıng zero..

Rpm 1300 arpx... after turn on swıtch agaıne indicator come down on zero...
and clock showıng 00.00 ....start engıne clock is workıng but stop engine agaıne 00.00...

wher ıs the problem???

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