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Old 02-27-2010, 02:54 AM
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Default Re: Problem with electronic Speedometer

Originally Posted by mark880088 View Post
I was having the same problem. I was planning on changing the plug anyway, so when I did that I changed the wire to. Worked like a charm! I didnt have to change anything else. I'd recommed trying this first easy six dollar fix. I used a NGK br6hs and got a good wire from the auto parts store.

BTW fer folks that mebbe didn't pick up on it - an "R" in the plug's number stands for "resistor", it's designed to reduce/eliminate electromagnetic interference w/o power loss by regulating the discharge.

You can use a resistor plug or cap/wire with no ill effect - but don't try both
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