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paulbh
i came out to my puma after it as sat on my driveway for the last couple of months turned the ignition key just got a click i gave the car a little push and it started but my speedo and rev counter flipped right round the dial and have stayed there any suggestion how to resolve thanks Paul
jedamotorsport
[quote name='paulbh' date='13 June 2010 - 04:11 PM' timestamp='1276441290' post='85023']
i came out to my puma after it as sat on my driveway for the last couple of months turned the ignition key just got a click i gave the car a little push and it started but my speedo and rev counter flipped right round the dial and have stayed there any suggestion how to resolve thanks Paul
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Remove the battery negative lead for half an hour,then take the car for a good blast for the ECU to relearn its values.

Jeff
paulbh
[quote name='jedamotorsport' date='13 June 2010 - 11:04 PM' timestamp='1276466064' post='85058']
Remove the battery negative lead for half an hour,then take the car for a good blast for the ECU to relearn its values.

Jeff
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I will try that out cheers Paul
Mark Foster
My battery died this week after just a few days without driving, got that clicking sound, just gave it a push there was a slight smell of oil but its fine

I had that same problem with the dials in my MG as well but it just fixed itself


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