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 Posted: Sep 10, 2022 10:48AM
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Originally Posted by ve9aa
Spam alert nelsonzop appears to be a spammer (sorry Dan!)
No Worries, Mike. It doesn't have to be me that spots them.
I have noticed lately that some new posters post a similar vague or not-on-topic response with no suspicious link. Then some time later, like this guy they make their second vague post containing a link.

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 Posted: Sep 10, 2022 07:12AM
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Spam alert nelsonzop appears to be a spammer (sorry Dan!)

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 Posted: Sep 9, 2022 11:49AM
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Thanks for the answers :)

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 Posted: May 8, 2022 04:13PM
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fixed, i just put a ground from edge of speedo/fuel frame to car subframe

 Posted: May 8, 2022 02:33PM
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theres a ground on the temp gauge and a ground on the oil pressure but no other ground to anywhere else, no ground on where speedometer sits or bi-metalic thingy

 Posted: May 8, 2022 12:35PM
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There should be a cluster of black wires at (near) the back of the fuel gauge.

 Posted: May 8, 2022 08:54AM
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thanks Dan, you mean any and all black wires attached to the back of the instrument cluster housing from the engine side?

 Posted: May 8, 2022 07:37AM
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Have a look at the ground of your instrument cluster. It may be broken or disconnected and the lights are finding ground through the speedometer cable - the faster it turns the faster the intermittent ground may be.

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 Posted: May 8, 2022 06:02AM
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its a alternator , speed of engine/alternator does not affect the flickering, revving engine at stand still does not create flickering, when coasting in neutral flicker happens , slow coast =slow flicker, fast coast = fast flicker, the faster the car moves the faster it flickers , at high speed the flicker is so fast that the panel lights almost look off

 Posted: May 8, 2022 04:52AM
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Are you using an alternator or generator? Sounds like the voltage regulator is acting up.

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 Posted: May 7, 2022 06:55PM
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Could be the over-speed alarm! LOL

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 Posted: May 7, 2022 06:19PM
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the faster I driver the faster the panel lights flicker, could it be speedometer ?