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Old 25-May-2012, 17:58
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Monster tacho

Anyone know where I can get a tacho for my Monster 1000sie or any ideas as to why it does not work. It was not working when I bought the bike so don,t know what has been tried to fix it
Old 25-May-2012, 18:20
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on the M1000 the Tacho is combined with the Speedo and the the circuitboard is shared not only by both of them but also by the immobiliser that decodes the transponder in the key and sends another coded signal to the ECU.
so replacing the lot usually costs a bit.

The tacho signal should come straight from the ECU to the Clock connector via a green wire, all you can do with a test meter is check the continuity of the wire to check the pulses you ideally need an Oscilloscope or tap into the green wire with a known working tacho.

I had lots of telephone calls last monday about a similar problem

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Old 26-May-2012, 12:44
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Check the fuses, change and re seat them. Check all the wiring to the lights are the correct way round too
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