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Fitting A Rev Counter / Tacho


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  • 2 weeks later...

On a RHD car get a RHD cowling: it will make the revcounter "lean" towards the A-pillar, which looks more balanced.

Before buying anything else: have you checked if the connector for the revcounter is under the cowling?

On Newer Aygos without some options (like P/S) the connector might not even be there!

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just wanted to say thanks for the photographic idiot proof guide ... took me less than 5 minutes to fit the dial and replace the cowling.

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The cowling and bezel fit together with clips, but I think the chances of getting them apart without breaking some/all is high. Looks like they are there for assembly purposes only rather than taking apart. Could easily be glued however if need be.

Some tips from my installation today:

Read that there is no wiring for a tacho in a non- power steering car. (base Citreon and Peugeots only)

Top cowling clips to the lower cowling on the bottom edge. A gentle tug at the top edge were it meets the dash helps with releasing these.

Replacing the cowling impossible with the steering wheel in the ahead position - turn from one lock to the other to ease it in

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two bits of top cowling easily come apart-just press down on middle inner grey tab and gently prise apart and do same for other two inner tabs

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Hi, I fitted a Rev counter today on my 2008 Aygo Platinum. purchased from eBay complete with top cowling for under £80. Very surprised at how easy this was. The cowling was missing the grey speedo surround but the original one just unclipped with a little persuasion and clipped back into place on the "new" one. Remember to turn the steering wheel when refitting the cowling and all will go smoothly.

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I was wondering if I could get a help,  I was planning  to do this with my Toyota Aygo 2012. But I couldn’t find the wire to plug in the rev counter. I would appreciate anyone’s assistant 

thanks 

 

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