406 2.0 l manual-Instruments?????
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    Default 406 2.0 l manual-Instruments?????

    Hi-Any advice on above -Intermittent tacho,fuel gauge& speedo not working.
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    Pekay.

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    It sounds like the instrument cluster has been out at some stage so most probably a loose rear connector or loose earth. You'll need to pull it out and check.

    Is there anything else affected ?

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    No-Just those 3-temp. gauge o.k.. Will check out shortly.
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    Try the resoldering the circuit board at the back of the cluster!
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    Pulled instrument panel out-someone has soldered a couple of extra wires on circuit board.Cannot find earth bolt to tighten as is mentioned on 'pommie site.Tried to remove the e.c.u. from behind glove box but could not get it to slide off the clip-apparently these plat up.Any clues?
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    Hi-Wondering if everyone has 'gone to the moon' as all has gone so quiet on the above subject.
    Tacho worked a little better[sometimes] & the speedo did for a while also.
    Thanks if anyone can assist.
    Pekay.

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    This suggestion may sound a bit dumb, though have you pulled out all the fuses and given them a good inspection a wriggle around and made sure that they are home properly in their places? My daughter's 2000 306 Xsi had similar problems and this cured them .
    Its worth a try.

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    O K 'Ralph'-I will be reasonable 'And do it your way'.Often the dumbest or simplest can be the answer.
    Best thing it won't cost anything but time[or a fuse.

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