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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Gear Indicator showing 0

    Still a baby then.

    Did the mechanic retrain the gear selectors ?
    Looks like you are onto something with the gears.

  2. #22

    Default Re: Gear Indicator showing 0

    Yes. He did the gear retrain thing. Made quite a lot of noise but said it was successful.

    Anyone had a clutch actuator refurbished by SinSpeed? Think I will try that before I start taking the gearbox off, just to be sure. I can see the actuator pin moving in and out but don't know if it has a sensor inside that isn't sending a signal back to say 'I have engaged the clutch, please now select the gear'. If you know what I mean.

  3. #23

    Default Re: Gear Indicator showing 0

    Clutch drag calibration failure can be caused by a sticky/sluggish actuator. May be worth lubricating it with plenty of white lithium grease and cycling it a good number of times.


    The "sensor" in the actuator is actually built into the motor and is an incremental encoder i.e. it tells the ecu when it has moved one increment forward or back, but doesn't give an absolute position value.

  4. #24

    Default Re: Gear Indicator showing 0

    Thanks. I have lubed it up and it slides in and out easily.

    Second hand unit via ebay arrived today so will try that over the weekend and see.

    Hopefully its the sensor in the actuator motor thats gone.

    Back end all jacked up so will give all the wiring loom a good check over as well.

  5. #25
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    Default Re: Gear Indicator showing 0

    Thanks. I have lubed it up and it slides in and out easily.
    Wrong site dude

    fq101.co.uk

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