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Contents: 1. Removing Instrument Panel for work on Speedo cable  2Fuse Tester


Removing Instrument Panel for work on Speedo cable

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Instrument Panel Removed for speedo cable maintenance
Instrument Panel Removed for work on speedo cable-1

Instrument Panel Removed for speedo cable maintenance
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Instrument Panel Removed for speedo cable maintenance
Instrument Panel Removed for work on speedo cable-3

Working on the Instrument panel!

You have to take off the display panel to see, and get at the speedo cable, or any other work on the panel.

Instrument Panel on the Boxer

Instrument Panel on the Boxer

To work on the panel,  you unscrew the two screws seen at the front of the panel, then gently pull it towards you, but 1st:-

1st - You have to pull the speedo cable from the gear box end.  As the cable is secured all the way to the instrument panel. You must release all the securing clips. There is is no slack in the cable to enable you to pull it and work on the instrument panel. Doing this enables enough slack to allow the instrument panel to be pulled out and get your hand in to remove the speedo cable.
2nd - Having unscrewed the speedo cable from the gear box, unscrew the two screws from the panel, pull it into the cab,  you might have to push the cable from the engine side to start the removal, so the instrument panel has a enough slack to enable you to see and unclip the cable from the back of it. Be careful of the cables attached to the back, they don't get pulled off.
While you are at it check the back of the panel for 'White' and 'green' corrosion around the panel display lamp connections. This causes the lamps to dim or not work at all.

After I removed each indiviual lamp I used a small wire brush to softly clean the green corrosion away and off the printed circuit board.
The clips around the lamps are easily broken so take care when removing.


Fuse Tester

It was while I was fault finding an intermittent fuse blowing on my car that I constructed this device after blowing many fuses at 38p each! I include this as a useful tester for the Motorhome.

Fuse Tester
Fuse Tester

It can be seen as a simple device and comprises of an old fuse with a cable soldered on the each leg of the old fuse.

With a blown fuse, The resistor and LED lamp is attached. An 12 volt bulb can used also in this position.

When testing for fuse blowing, place the tester in the fuse blowing position on the fuse panel, then carry out fault finding. When testing any shorts, the LED lamp will light. Giving an indication and location of problem. This saves insertion of another expensive fuse.


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