Hi MyDmax.mydmax wrote:ISA.13B
I cannot see how the disconnection of the battery would have any bearing or effect on the tacho sticking or not sticking for a second or two.
If anyone can explain how it could have an effect on it I would be happy to learn.
Does the tacho hang for a small time until the alternator voltage gets going?? It would seem the tacho would be sensitive to operational voltage and it would have to wait until sufficient voltage is happening in the system before it is able to detect the revs. Alt fault ie blown diode/ alt with lower amps output than normal. This will cause the voltage to be slow to build up. That would be my first look see.
This guys asked:
Then this guy replied:NINOX wrote:hi guys, name's NINOX.
just asking has anyone ever experienced the tacho rpm sticking on their 2006 courier GL? if so then how would i be able to resolve the issue?
when i start the engine, the tacho rpm takes about a second or half a second to rise. meaning it stays at 0 and then flicks up. could i please get some help?
So I tried it. As you read it didn't work. I guess I'll get the alternator tested and see what that comes back like.workhorse wrote:I had something similar but not exactly the same. Mine would happen with the speedo, same thing, sit on 0 then flick up. Chased here and there and thought it might be the turbo timer. Rang the guys at Boggard and they suggested I disconnect the battery for a few minutes and when reconnected all the better. Had nothing to do with the turbo timer but their advice worked. Mine is a 2000 TD