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    Yeah it is mate, this may help:

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    Nice one thanks, all sorted now
     
     

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    Nice one-glad you got it sorted
     
     

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    THe white and black wire is actually the rev counter, anyone know which colour is speedo?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattH View Post
    THe white and black wire is actually the rev counter, anyone know which colour is speedo?
    Black/White is the speed 'signal' so should be speedo/revs afaik . It's certainly black/white in my car as I tapped into it for my OBC retrofit and all my wiring diagrams say black white. Do you have an OBC with the turn stalk? If so try brown/red.

    I also believe you might be able to try PIN 10 on the radio harness which is probably black/white also?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by uniQue View Post
    Black/White is the speed 'signal' so should be speedo/revs afaik . It's certainly black/white in my car as I tapped into it for my OBC retrofit and all my wiring diagrams say black white. Do you have an OBC with the turn stalk? If so try brown/red.

    I also believe you might be able to try PIN 10 on the radio harness which is probably black/white also?
    I will have a look, i connected to black and white off the cluster and when i reved the car my speed signal wen tup on my sat nav, will give a go today, thanks
     
     

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    If it's the signal direct from the speed sensor you need it's brown/red and is on the smaller 12 pin plug on the cluster.
     
     

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