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StanMan

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  1. All fixed for a whopping £1.50 for a new Speedo Pinion, glad it wasn't the gear on the inside of the box
  2. No lol, it's up for MOT next month (which it will pass). I have just bought a 2006 Skoda Fabia VRS to replace the Arosa and have a Glanza V as the weekend/track toy so I need to get rid of the Arosa as it's just sitting on my driveway atm.
  3. Just got a new Speedo Pinion for £1.50 so hopefully that cures it; would honestly surprise me if the nylon gear inside the box has worn out. If not its going up for sale as spares/repair. The sensor on the top is working fine and gives a good signal.
  4. Cheers for that. Big help. 002409187 - Speedo dive gear. Made of plastic/nylon. GREAT......
  5. That's the thing, I cant find a workshop/parts manual anywhere so I have no idea what material the gear (from which it takes the speed) is made of inside the gearbox.
  6. Hi guys. I have had an 2001 Arosa 1.4 16V sport since 2011 and the speedo has died, it was erratic for a time and then completely died. I have checked the speedo drive gear which goes inside the gearbox and the spindle is rotating in an erratic fashion, it turns and stops for a second etc, if I put my finger on the exposed top I can stop it from rotating completely with a tiny bit of pressure, you can feel it bite sligtly and then slip. This was a recon gearbox back in early 2013. I have removed the drive gear, see attached for what it looks like (no damage that I can see) although t
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