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    hi everytime i turns my ignition on my clocks (speedo, rev counter, petrolg gauge) shoots up all the way then drops back to normal, do anyone know what causes that, does a need a new battery or something thanks

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    Originally posted by jonathann900 View Post
    hi everytime i turns my ignition on my clocks (speedo, rev counter, petrolg gauge) shoots up all the way then drops back to normal, do anyone know what causes that, does a need a new battery or something thanks
    Everything is fine its suppost to do it. Checks the dials and looks sporty.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jonathann900 View Post
      hi everytime i turns my ignition on my clocks (speedo, rev counter, petrolg gauge) shoots up all the way then drops back to normal, do anyone know what causes that, does a need a new battery or something thanks
      They all do it mate nothing to worry about
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      • #4
        its meant to do it mate
        all VXRs do
        Insignia SRi VX-Line RED
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        • #5
          Originally posted by circles129 View Post
          Everything is fine its suppost to do it. Checks the dials and looks sporty.
          Originally posted by redastravxr View Post
          They all do it mate nothing to worry about
          Originally posted by mossiemosforth View Post
          its meant to do it mate
          all VXRs do
          lol. how many of us answering at the same time??
          Insignia SRi VX-Line RED
          ^^Click here to see it^^

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          • #6
            DOH....!!!
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            • #7
              This thread is such a fail
              Ignorance is temporary... Stupidity lasts forever.

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              • #8
                ok thanks

                thats all good then i thought something was wrong as my astra sri never did it, thanks for the replys

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                • #9
                  And to think that us programming/tech2 lads have been trying for years to figure out how to get the other models in the range to do this (with some success - Pecky has got it working on 1.4's etc. by direct EEPROM programming)
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                  • #10
                    How much time and money did I spend to get them to do this..

                    Have had 100% success on petrols and diesels late 2007+ so far.

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                    • #11
                      In reply to original question.



                      R T F M........................read the feckin manual.

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                      • #12
                        pmsl, reading this thread made me laugh. I buzz off the little movements of the dials when u ignition up.
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