This tachometer is factory calibrated for 8 cylinder engines. For operation on 4 or 6 cylinder engines, a switch adjustment must be made.
1. Remove cup by placing the tachometer face down on a smooth surface. Remove the phillips screw on the back and gently lift the cup off to expose the circuit board. Take care
not to pull on the wires.
2. Locate the switch on the circuit board. Move each of the two switches to the proper cylinder selection according to the diagram illustration on the right.
4 Cyl.- Both switches down
6 Cyl.- Switch #1 down. Switch #2 up
8 Cyl.- Both switches up
3.Replace the case on the tach with mounting bracket at the bottom (make sure the wires are clear of the screw hole).
4. Replace the screw
Installation instructions: 1) Remove the splash pan to access the engine pulley. Scrape away the paint from two areas directly opposite from each other on the rear of the pulley as shown on the back page. Roughen the bare metal with an emery cloth. Clean the magnets and bare metal on pulley with alcohol to remove any oil or grease residue so that the glue will bond. Glue each magnet to the selected surface of the pulley with the BLUE SIDE OUT (north pole) and with the magnets directly across (180° apart) from each other to maintain balance.
Reach behind the instrument panel and push the lever located between the tachometer and the speedometer. Volvo 240 (1990 – 1993) 1. Remove the plug from the face of the instrument panel between the clock and the speedometer. 2. Insert a thin-bladed tool into the cavity and press the reset button.
Volvo 850 (1993 – 1995) fitted with the Yazaki instrument panel
NOTE: This instrument panel has the odometer located above the speedometer needle. OM1033 1. Remove the plug from the face of the instrument panel between the clock and the speedometer. 2. Insert a thin-bladed tool into the cavity and press the reset button.
Volvo 850 (1993 – 1995) fitted with the VDO instrument panel
NOTE: This instrument panel has the odometer located below the speedometer needle. 1. With the ignition switch in the ON position and the engine not running. Diagnostic module located in engine compartment adjacent to LH suspension mount 2. Connect the diagnostic module test lead to terminal 7. 3. Press the reset button on the diagnostic module 4 times in quick succession. 4. When the LED on the diagnostic unit illuminates and stays illuminated, press the reset button once and release it. 5. When the LED illuminates and stays illuminated, press the button 5 times in quick succession. 6. When the LED illuminates again, press the button once. 7. The LED will flash several times to indicate that the sequence has been correctly entered and the SRI has been reset. 8. Unplug the test lead from terminal 7 and turn the ignition switch to the ‘OFF’ position.
Before installing the accessory, carefully consider whether one possesses the necessary technical skills (you must know how to access the battery on your R1200C) and workshop tools to complete the installation properly. Otherwise, any BMW Motorcycle Retailer will be glad to install this accessory. Left and Right are determined from the rider’s position. Retain all fasteners removed from the motorcycle. All but a few fasteners will be reused. Placing removed fasteners into separate bags will be helpful in reassembly.
This manual will, in detail, give the information you will need to convert a 4×4 1996-1999 Nissan Pathfinder from an automatic transmission to a manual transmission. Having a manual transmission in your Pathfinder gives you more control, lower gears, and more power than you would have with an automatic. Other benefits include better gas mileage, lower maintenance cost and reduced electronic dependence.
The maintenance operations in this manual are not all-inclusive. Also refer to other component and body manufacturers’ instructions for specific inspection and maintenance instructions. Perform the pretrip inspection and daily/weekly/monthly maintenance as outlined in the S2 Chassis Operator’s Manual. Perform the maintenance operations in this manual at scheduled intervals based on the distance the vehicle has traveled or hours of operation. Your Freightliner dealership has qualified technicians and equipment to perform this maintenance.
This Owner’s Manual is designed to serve as your comprehensive guide to the wide range of functions and features provided by your BMW Radio and Information System. Thorough familiarity with this manual’s contents will assist you in becoming acquainted with the system’s extended array of special technical features.
This manual contains the ABSOLUTE MINIMUM knowledge deemed necessary to be known AND UNDERSTOOD by the average LROC member. However, this manual does not endeavour to explain the information presented here and therefore not everything presented here may be understood. This concise manual is complimented by the comprehensive manual where ALL this information is repeated but expanded with explanations where applicable. The LROC STRONGLY encourages its members to, at least once, read the entire comprehensive manual, just to understand how much more there is WORTH knowing. Written exam This “Concise Manual” also serves as the basis for the LROC’s written exam. Nothing outside of this manual will be asked in the exam. The exam will test knowledge only and is not intended to “be difficult”. It will not test the candidate’s understanding of the material. It is left to the member to ensure that a thorough understanding is reached where something is not understood – for your own benefit. Most of what is written in this manual regarding driving techniques are GUIDELINES due to off-roading situations being so variable (even though the wording may suggest otherwise). Therefore the most TYPICAL approach is presented here but with experience you WILL find that different/innovative approaches are sometimes called for.
This manual is to be used as a complement to your BMW communication system handbook. Once you have successfully paired and connected your mobile phone to your BTUM using this manual, please refer to the communications system handbook included with your vehicle for complete instructions on operating the phone system. For operation of your mobile phone, please refer to the Owner’s Manual supplied with your mobile phone. Should the day arrive when you wish to sell your BMW, please remember to hand this Owner’s Manual to the next owner; it is an important part of the vehicle. If you have any additional questions, your BMW center will be glad to help you.
Welcome to the world-wide family of Volvo owners. We trust that you will enjoy many years of safe driving in your Volvo, an automobile designed with your safety and comfort in mind. To help ensure your satisfaction with this vehicle, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the equipment descriptions, operating instructions and maintenance requirements/recommendations in this manual. We also urge you and your passengers to wear seat belts at all times in this (or any other) automobile. And, of course, please do not operate a vehicle if you may be affected by alcohol, medication or any impairment that could hinder your ability to drive. Your Volvo is designed to meet all applicable safety Read more