I got it fixed in Houston at a place - cost was $165.00
I live in Houston with a dead speedo on my K75. Where is that magic place?
Sure hope it wasn't done by Austin Speedo
[QUOTE=dorongrudo;210798]I live in Houston with a dead speedo on my K75. Where is that magic place?
I had mine fixed by Austin Speedo and it lasted about 2 weeks before their sorry part broke again. It also cost me $165.00 and had zero warranty. I will never recommend Austin Speedometer in downtown Houston again.
I finally fixed it myself with gears made by a guy I found on the INET. [email]email@example.com[/email] 757.593.3478.
Jeff Caplin Please tell him I mentioned him to you
Donn Washburn aka N5XWB
Help needed on speedo light.
[QUOTE=Tarren Shaw;49211]I had the odometer on my K75 go out twice due to worn and broken gears. There are 4 plastic reduction gears that allow the small electric motor in the odometer to turn the numbers over. I had to replace all of my gears as several teeth broke off. I asked Jeff at [url]www.odometergears.com[/url] to make a set for me and he now has them for sale.
I know I saw a few threads recently with people who had the same problem with their odometer that I have, so I thought I'd let everyone know that there is a fix out there that doesn't require buying a new gauge pod.[/QUOTE]
Help needed on somewhat the same subject.
I have a 1985 K100RT I am reserrecting. Problem, the dash lights stay on after
the switch is turned off. If I pull the pos cable on the battery, light go off.
What would keep the dash lights on after engine shut down???:help :help