Re: Speedometer

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> Terry Dorman Wrote:

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> Hi guys

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> So i was trying to change the bulb in my speedometer and I actually

> disconnected the cable as well. I just tried reconnecting it but the

> gauge is all wacky. How do I adjust it?

first of all you got to say what kind a moped you have because of thousands of different mopeds!

second of all you got to see and say what you did there's no adjusting

The you the cable goes into the housing and that's it

butyou are so far from being specific it isnt funny

I hope you figure it out because without being specific you are lost!

Tomos cables and speedos are horribly off if you don't have a nice smooth turning cable or you have cabke tie straped it to the frame it's going to jump on needle

the jumpy cables are going to be so far off in the reading it's not funny.

Most tomos speedometers are off 10 to 15% unless it's a 17 inch wheel on a revival or streetmate then maybe only 5-7 percent

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