Question about Derbi Cross city Motorcycles
I've taken the cable out of the sensor and turned it which turns the clocks ive then placed the cable back into the sensor and removed it from the clocks lifted the front wheel to spin and the inner cable turns intermittentTHIS IS A BRAND NEW CABLE when I've had a bit of a poke around in the sensor it feel very gritty? Any ideas if the sensor can be cleaned or is it a replacement job? Or is it my clocks? Thanks
Hi mate if the cable had not been seated into the speedo drive correctely it will give you intermittent spinning.
Take the cable off at the speedo drive at the wheel and repeat the lifting spinning of the wheel and watch the "actua"l speedo drive spin.
If that intermittent pull the wheel off and inpsect the speedo drive itself.
Its a basic unit so should be an easy fix.
Other wise replace it if you dont think you can fix it.
Hope this helps
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