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My rev counter on the 16V has developed a new 'feature' - it only works after the car has been running for about 20/30mins!

It sits there idly, then suddenly bursts into life. I guess it could be a loose wire, but it does seem quite repeatable.

Any suggestions?
 
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It's hopefully just a duff sender, maybe at the engine end, as that's where it's hottest/dirtiest. Pull the wiring off and clean it up/check it.

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take the clocks off and tighten all the nuts at the back of them , its worked for a few on here .its only 2 allen keys just below clock faces to remove and a few connectors at the back.
 
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Mine does this sometimes, often when I hit a bump. I tried tightening the little bolts carefully on the back of the circuit board in the instrument binnacle. I've done that twice now and it has helped, but it does still happen - I usually hit the panel and it comes back to life again eek!
 

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thats what mine did but tightening sorted it , it made me and passengers laugh when i had to slap it to make it work a bit like my GIRL!!
 
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