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Old 01-09-2011, 09:15 PM   #1
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Speedometer quit working 05 Firecat??

RPM Works on digital or manual. The Bearings on the drive shaft are good. Sled only has 1000 miles. Would this be in the speedo or would the magnet unit be faulty??? Thanks
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When you take the speedo unit off, is it clean on the backside? Dirt might keep it from working right. Another thing to try is to check all your connections and make sure they are clean and lubed up with dielectric grease to keep the terminals from corroding.
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Thanks I'll give it a try
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check the wire connected to your diamond drive, if its diamond drive hehe. check if your mileage goes up or not, if it goes up it could be the speedo itslef, if it doesnt its probably a sensor or wire or what ARCHINTO said.

i forgot to plug mine back in after changing tracks, mileage stayed at 4978 for a few rides hahaha

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If you search on this forum you'll be able to read all sorts of speedometer issues with the Firecats. My '05 F7 is in the shop right now getting the speedo fixed. I bought a new speedometer sensor, part #4639-326 and the mechanics are installing this. Just as you, the tachometer works, but the speedo and odometer were broken. Hopefully that new speed sensor does the trick.
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If you go to www.theoutdoorshopinc.com for a little of nothing you can have a new sensor and only take 20 mins. or so to install..good luck
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 Quote: Originally Posted by aneisendorf View Post
If you search on this forum you'll be able to read all sorts of speedometer issues with the Firecats. My '05 F7 is in the shop right now getting the speedo fixed. I bought a new speedometer sensor, part #4639-326 and the mechanics are installing this. Just as you, the tachometer works, but the speedo and odometer were broken. Hopefully that new speed sensor does the trick.
Thanks for the info, that's just what it was. I'm waiting for a sensor now. Have fun riding be safe.
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If you go to www.theoutdoorshopinc.com for a little of nothing you can have a new sensor and only take 20 mins. or so to install..good luck

i'm looking for this same sensor but for my m8. i looked on outdoorshop.com and i couldn't find one. my sled is doing the same thing as this other guy's f5 was doing. still tracks RPM and Hours but now speed. any other ideas where i can find them at?
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i'm looking for this same sensor but for my m8. i looked on outdoorshop.com and i couldn't find one. my sled is doing the same thing as this other guy's f5 was doing. still tracks RPM and Hours but now speed. any other ideas where i can find them at?
You can find the sensor at an arctic cat dealer for $35.00. PN 0630-207 if you have an 07 m8. Hope this helps you. it would be located under drivetrain and break assy.

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