Yep, it's probably the most one, if the car doesn't know how fast the input shaft is spinning or how far out the clutch shaft is then it will not attempt to change gears.
You seem to forget that I have been servicing/repairing seles for over 12 years, even this evening I've diagnosed, removed, striped, repaired, refited and tested an actuator on a 156 because it was playing up. just need to lift the box back up and refit the battery and that's another one solved without the dealers replaced it advice.
Alex I didn't 'forget' & I don't doubt your ability to fix these selespeeds.
I did ask today around 3 o'c for assistance, hoping you'd answer..... but you were busy so I plodded on myself....after this is ONLY my 2nd time to do selespeed repairs.
they ar enot impossible, just need to 'tune into' how to trouble shoot them.
Your assistance, depsite how we banter with each other, would always be very much appreciated.... BUT you know 'that feeling' when you find & fix a problem that others don;t try to fix it ONE of the best feelings ever
BTW: Do you agree with me that the clutch pot gets the most wear & tear?
Assuming this stays fixed I'm not going to convert it to manual... maybe another 'sele' in the future might be in worse condition.