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Old 17-12-2008   #1
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Fitting a rev counter

Hi, How hard would it be to fit a rev counter to a 2000 mk2 punto 3 dr 1.2 8v I think

would like to see my revs really so I know when the engine will blow so its not such a surprise...

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Re: Fitting a rev counter

Easiest method is to get a set of clocks off of ebay or similar with rev counter/temp guage etc,.. and swap the whole dash unit. You have to get a set with LOWER mileage than your car currently has, and after it is fitted take it to fiat to be proxy aligned to stop the display flashing and set the mileage right. (that usually costs around 40 todo)

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