90 Camry, speedo

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Old 24 Sep 2005, 08:55 am   #1 (permalink)
Matthew
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Default 90 Camry, speedo

I have a 1990 camry, and i just put some new guages in it, and they were
pulled from the same car, but the speedo and tach are off. how do u adjust
it?


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Old 24 Sep 2005, 09:01 am   #2 (permalink)
Wolfgang
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Default Re: 90 Camry, speedo

Speedo and tach off? Did you put 4 cyl in a 6 cylinder car? Or other way
around? 6 cyl have 15" tire and 4 cyl have 14". So you could buy new tires
the same diameter as donor for gauges. A resistor might get the tach more
in line. Or simply get one from car with matching engine.

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>I have a 1990 camry, and i just put some new guages in it, and they were
>pulled from the same car, but the speedo and tach are off. how do u adjust
>it?
>



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Old 25 Sep 2005, 09:15 am   #3 (permalink)
Daniel
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Default Re: 90 Camry, speedo

There is no adjustment.
Speedometer sending unit in the transmission, sends out four impulses
for each revolution of the driven gear.
I'm with Wolfgang.
Sounds like the six cylinder speedomter went in the four cylnder car or
the other way around.

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