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CLUSTER

Thu 20 Aug 2015 11:20:07 PM
HEY GUYS JUST WONDERING IF I CAN GET SOME INFO ON GETTING MY TEMPERATURE GAUGE WORKING AGAIN ON MY SUPER S CLUSTER. PREVIOUS OWNER INSTALLED A DIGITAL ONE ON THE SIDE OF THE DASH IT LOOKS UGLY AND THEY DID A TERRIBLE JOB!!!... NOTHING BEATS THE ORIGINAL. ANY INFO WOULD BE APPRECIATED... THANX...
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Re: CLUSTER

Tue 08 Sep 2015 10:47:20 PM
what kind of forum is this mate !!! anyone gonna say something or what???
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Re: CLUSTER

Thu 10 Sep 2015 09:53:48 AM
ADAMZ WROTE:

"what kind of forum is this mate !!! anyone gonna say something or what???

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That's because everyone is over on the Facebook group now mate.
"Micra Sports Club Australia" will get a lot more of a response there.
And if Facebook isn't an option for you give me a shout out on here and i'll do my best to help.

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Re: CLUSTER

Thu 10 Sep 2015 12:14:47 PM
you're better off going onto the micra.org forums, lots of helpful people on there.
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Re: CLUSTER

Thu 10 Sep 2015 10:03:41 PM
guy proberbly just disconnected the signal wire from the sensor located on the head and ran it to the other guage.

take you cluster off and see if any wires are jumped or modified.
if not then check the sensor side, located under the distributor.
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Re: CLUSTER

Sat 12 Sep 2015 02:50:16 PM
I THANK YOU GUYS THAT ANSWERED MY QUESTION. I SOLDERED BACK THE ORIGINAL WIRE WHICH IS THE SINGLE WIRE FROM THE SENSOR TO THE CLUSTER AND HAVE REPLACED BOTH THE SENSORS. DISCONNECTED THE DIGITAL ONE. AFTER THE REPLACEMENT OF BOTH SENSORS THE TEMPERATURE GAUGE IS HITTING THE ROOF PASSING THE RED LINE. COULD IT BE THE ACTUAL CLUSTER THAT SHIT ITSELF I DON'T KNOW. ANY OTHER ANSWERS AND SUGGESTIONS WOULD BE GREAT.... CHEERS EVERYONE.....
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Re: CLUSTER

Sun 13 Sep 2015 11:01:40 PM
I have noticed issues with temperature gauges on Super S / SR clusters before I just swapped clusters. I think it's an issue in the cluster itself and likely a simple fix if you pinpoint it. They can be temperamental as Dean Simmons (Hotfunk67) would also attest. I have the full workshop manual and would be able to send you some wiring diagrams or something to assist if you'd like to throw your email address up.
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Re: CLUSTER

Tue 15 Sep 2015 10:42:16 PM
thanks BeeBoop for the reply... my e-mail is dassaks@gmail.com.