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EmilH

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hello Like-minded people...new to this group. Lifelong goal achieved last week, by combining two passions into one.
Now a proud owner of ex-military Series 3 109. photos attached.
So far i have done:
-> Cleaner the air filter inside out, very very dirty.
-> General clean on the inside
-> Grease and general lubrication of the weather station
-> Given everything a good tug, all seems to be OK.
-> so far 2 issues that need immediate attention, maybe someone can help?
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Indicators don't work. the stork is new, but the indicators and the hazards don't work. Maybe i need to take the steering wheel off to look at the connections?
-- Speedo doesn't work, i think the cable is out at the back, but i have a feeling it may be snapped/broken. Is it a big job to reconcet a new one?

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Indicators. Basic trouble shooting:

Are you multi meter proficient, and can you read wiring diagrams?
 
Welcome :) .
That looks totally unmolested and complete:).

Do a dig around and you will find manuals that will help.
Multi meters usually have 2 settings volts and bleep. but worth having 1.
Manuals will give you some insight into the speedo cable, I dont think military's would have changed that, so not a difficult 1 to look at and find.

Just a thought is it 24v?

J
 
Okay. A multimeter is a great tool. Don't need a top brand, something £20 or so will do. It will tell you if you've got 12 (or 24) at a wire. So you can see where the electric stops.

That, with the wiring diagram, allows you to find what's not working.
 
Welcome :) .
That looks totally unmolested and complete:).

Do a dig around and you will find manuals that will help.
Multi meters usually have 2 settings volts and bleep. but worth having 1.
Manuals will give you some insight into the speedo cable, I dont think military's would have changed that, so not a difficult 1 to look at and find.

Just a thought is it 24v?

J
thakn you for the welcome. Looks like the speedo cable is quite easy tbh. i think the hardest part is going to be undoing the 3 screws as the overdrive is in the way. its 24V
 
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