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Re: shogun pajero 1990 rev counter
Hi i think your going to need to replace the speedo cable this goes from the back of the dash display through the bulk head then into the back of the gear box. When you remove the old one remember how it came out as they can be fidly to do. Im not 100% sure how much of the dash has to come out untill the display is free and you can get to the back of it. The cables are not expensive but can be tricky to replace if you are unsure about working on vehicles. Even if you took it to garage to get done it should not cost that much anyway if your going to do it yourself its best to buy the part before you reomve the old one so as you can follow the old one with the new one. where it goes into the back of the rev counter this should just be hand tight and should undo the cap that holds it into the rev counter then it should pull out. Where it goes into the gearbox you will need big spanners im not sure of size but usually about 17 or 19 spanner udon this and ot should pull out its splined into the gearbox once removed you will know if the cable is damaged by turning one end and see if the other end turns or not. In the rare case that this cable is fine then you might find that the rev counter needs replacing this is not likely to be the problem though as they usually last as long as the car. The gearbox end should have no problems so i would remove rev cable first and check this youll find it will have split in half. If you need further assistance let me know or let me know if the rev counter is digital then let me know ok then i help you with that ok
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First, goto a store and buy a snap in wire harness and a mounting kit. There are wire diagrams in the packaging. Wire your wire harness into the radios wire harness (everything is color coded). Follow the intructions to install the mounting kit. It should tell you what screws to remove from your dash and so forth. Just remeber were everything goes. Next, after you remove the old radio, snap in you wire harness to the cars wire harness. Then, test the radio to see if it powers up and all speakers are working. Lastly, put you radio in your dash, and put everything back togeather. The number one rule in installation is take your time. If you rush, you will brake something.
the green/white wire is the earth - the earth to the chassis gave no resistance when tested with the multimeter to the car chassis. So it was a pretty good bet that the green/white wire was the earth as suspected. The radio cassette works a treat. Yipee!
Apparently, this model has an Achilles heel...the ribbon that controls screen extension/retraction. I believe Pioneer extended warranties on this model to 4 years if purchased via a pioneer main dealer or sub contractor. Problems normally occur within 18-24 months from new. I assume your unit is at least 18 months old. Best to contact place of purchase or Pioneer directly.