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DaveR
Aug-22-2021 @ 10:13 PM                           Permalink
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Anyone know where I can get a Rev counter repaired locally in Norfolk or suffolk

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Aug-22-2021 @ 10:33 PM                           Permalink
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DaveR: I think it will depend more on IF it is repairable. My old Mercruiser rev counter could not be opened (and, believe me, I really tried) so I replaced it with a Volvo model, which also cannot be opened. I think you may need to consider a replacement.

Andy

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Aug-23-2021 @ 7:40 AM                           Permalink
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Are you sure its not something more simple? What sort of engine is it? My diesel has spade terminal down in the depths and is quite easy to dislodge and you then get nowt!

Presumably you have checked you have power to the rear of the unit? It also requires a  bit of a "blip" to get it off the stop!

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As Marshman says it is just as likely to be the input to the tacho that has gone AWOL as the tacho itself.
What checks have you done to confirm it is the instrument?
Ideally you need a signal generator and/or an oscilloscope to make sure but often as not just wiggling the connectors, particularly at the alternator end if it is one of those types, can spring the things back to life.

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Hi Dave If electrical first check out put from alternator term W or if cable they usely break at out let connection, Brian Wards at Brundle my be able to help. John


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