Hi ya, what exactly is not working, I'v assumed a few things below. Light at back of speedo, not working but the one behind the rev counter is. on the 99 version you have to unscrew the speedo housing to access the individual bulbs. The trip meter and speedo arm does not work. Probaly the sensor pick up on the front sprocket. Either the wiring is damaged or the sensor is loose or worse the little castle'ated pickup that bolts on to the output shaft is loose. Apart from that they do fail occasionally, I just take mine appart & resolder all the joints and replace any electrolitic capacitors. No fuses by the way Arron firstname.lastname@example.org
The fuse box is to the right of the gauge cluster. There are no additional fuses on this particular year and model.
The cluster is the part that includes the speedo, odometer, fuel gauge, etc...
The gauge cluster is mounted from behind the dash with three bolts. You have to reach in behind there and remove the three nuts with a small wrench. Once you remove the nuts, the gauge cluster itself will push back through the dash. From there, you can remove the speedo itself from the cluster. The speedometer only has 3 small screws keeping it mounted to the gauge cluster.
Check the switch.
Inside driver side dash board, behind gauge cluster dimmer light knob.
get a new dial cluster from eBay it a peugeot problem
the cluster fuse is blown!Replace it!if it blows again you have an electrical short somewhere.
Start by removing the gauge cluster, unhook the speedometer cable from back of cluster. Pull speedo cable thru the firewall, follow it down to the transmission, and then unhook it. Install in reverse order of removal.
Usually, 'cluster', refers to the instrument/gauge cluster or instrument/gauge panel that the driver looks at, containing the speedometer, fuel gauge, etc.
Most likely you have a either a power issue to the cluster ,or a communication problem between the cluster and the other computers. The first thing to check is for trouble codes in the cluster or body computer. You will need access to a scan tool for that.
If you have a digital cluster then you need a new cluster.
The gauge is part of the instument cluster ( the part with the speedometer ).The gauge is part of the instument cluster ( the part with the speedometer ).
Hi i have a 1994 xr2. the speedo cable goes straight into the cluster gauge from the tranny.
remove these items in order, haedlamp dimmer switch panal, interface or radio-control panal(two bolts behind ashtray), two bolts from upper stearing collum collar and collar, panal that goes from left most airvent to mid center of dash, four bolts from gauge cluster, two plugs from back of gauge cluster, the speedo cable from behind the cluster(theres little to no room), pull out the cluster flip it over push on the speedo cable input and it will fall out. do not roll back the odometer it is big trouble if you sell it, just like swaping vins ellegaly
I don't think its the sender in the tank, or the speedo sensor, it's gotta be somthing in the gauge cluster... maybe they share the same fuse...check a manual for the circuit dave
Seeing it's a 1990 model it probably has a speedo cable. Either it's the sending unit on the transmission, the speedo cable, or the gauge in the dash. You'll want to try to get behind the gauge in the cluster. Disconnecting the parts can be a pain, take your time. In fact make sure you get a guide or something, cause it's bound to have hidden screws and parts. Once the gauge is removed from the cable, drive the car briefly forward to see if it spins. If it doesn't, then you know it's further down the line. Sometimes the cable can bind up and break. Personally, i'd say the likely hood is 1)broken cable 2)broken gauge in cluster 3)broken speedo gear in the tranny. Best of luck!
Possibilities... I'd be looking for a wiring fault or a fault in the CECU or mismatched programming between the CECU and the instrument cluster node.
Pull the speedo and gauge package out of dash. Unhook wiring. Remove speedo cable from speedometer. Pull speedo cable out of housing, lube it lightly and re-insert. Hook everything back up and re-install gauges. Pull the speedo and gauge package out of dash. Unhook wiring. Remove speedo cable from speedometer. Pull speedo cable out of housing, lube it lightly and re-insert. Hook everything back up and re-install gauges. Pull the speedo and gauge package out of dash. Unhook wiring. Remove speedo cable from speedometer. Pull speedo cable out of housing, lube it lightly and re-insert. Hook everything back up and re-install gauges. Remove gauge package. Remove wires and speedo cable housing. Pull speedo cable out, lightly lube with grease and re-insert. Hook everything back up and re-install gauge packege.
There are many bulbs in the gauge cluster. The gauge cluster must be removed to gain access to them.
yes it is possible for a gauge to go bad in which you will need to have the cluster repaired or buy a new one
I replaced the gage cluster and everything went back to normal.
the fuel gauge is incorporated inside the speedo meter in the super bug.
it is a fuse that protects the gauge cluster if too much electricity is thrown at it. it affects the gauge needles, gas needles, etc. if none of that stuff is working, check the "cluster" fuse first.
It is possible a fuse blew. Check all fuses. If none blown take it to a garage. Check the instrument cluster voltage regulator.
Have you checked the fuses? You have an open circut (broken/disconnected wire, blown fuse) somewhere.