JAYCAR SPEEDO CORRECTOR PDF

There’s lots of people on the internets with jaycar speedo corrector but approx v coming out at the speed sensor side of the corrector. Just got my car back after having some electrical issues fixed but while they were at it had a jaycar kit installed as the car has a diff in it. Hi I have got a hold of this speedometer corrector kit. search?text=AA&CSRFToken=9ed7bed

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Jaycar speedo corrector not working

Enjoy Your Stay Archive Top. There goes that idea.

Special Features – 12 May, Steam Power! I’ve written the wire colours on the diagram so I don’t have to remember what colour goes off in what direction inside the dash, and of course I had them ’round the wrong way. Have a look at Building Electronic Car Kits.

The LED has a flat side which corresponds to the board overlay. To set the speedo you will need an accurate reference.

Jaycar/Coach speedo corrector – input?

Last edited by cue; at With this improved model, the input setup selection can be automatically selected and it also features an LED indicator to show when the input signal is being received. In the vast majority of cars little set-up will be needed — the corrector will mostly work out for itself what configuration is required to suit both the speedo sensor and the speedo. Ah well, will have to keep looking at the gps, no biggie lol Last edited by Box; at Who is online Users browsing this forum: Could it make a comeback?

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It’s one of their new kits which comes pre-assembled and in a box already, just need to wire it up. Are you using the factory dash for that car?

Your order can be speedi to anywhere throughout Australia by either standard road freight or premium express delivery. Nup, never seen the LED flash. Jaycar speedo corrector not working I bought a jaycar speedo corrector kit a few months ago and only got around to installing it today.

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Spent a fair bit of time today trying to get it to go, including checking contacts maycar PCB etc We do not automatically insure unless you specify it during the checkout. The kit ready to assemble Instructions are very clear – I only found two items that were hard to determine where they went.

Originally Posted by Yendor Try connecting it to the light blue wire instead of the grey wire. With this improved model, the input setup selection can be automatically selected and it also features an LED indicator to show when the input signal is being received.

Pots aren’t just variable resistors. If the dash needs an Open Collector trigger then the Jaycar unit can do that looking at the instructions Remove the speedo wire so the corrector can go in-line with the sender – cluster.

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And you’re sure that the output of the 3 wire sensor connected to the dash doesn’t work? Turns out my original problem was most likely a dodgy Cressida sender. Last edited by Captiva Fan; at This function is enabled during set-up. That seems low and a bit daft really seeing as I’m pretty sure the 3 wire speed sensor puts out battery voltage! Please allow extra time for delivery to western states. Make spedeo neither is set as that could stop it working.

In case it’s of any assistance to anyone If that doesn’t spsedo you can use a resistor and a transistor to trigger the Jaycar unit Using the two switches in combination allows the speed reading to be altered by as much as 99 per cent — or as little as 1 per cent. Has more pulses per revolution, doesn’t need a whacky specialist plug, and works brilliantly with the speedo adapter!

I’m a bit surprised the dash works with a 2 wire sensor to be honest! Anyone managed to get a 12v input working? Have you tried driving a little with it? Just make sure that you have an assistant to do the adjusting as you drive!