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Old 03-09-2015, 10:42 PM   #1
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Speedometer calibration

To add injury to insult, I was tracing a malfunctioning temp. guage, tightening grounds, etc. under dash. and later found out on the road, that i had inadvertently bumped some of the dip switches on back of the speedo! it registers way off....(and the temp guage is still not working) It is a beedle, and i have downloaded the install instructions as beedle instructs, but how do i find out the axle ratio, and all the pertinent details. or if anyone has calibrated one like this, maybe the settings are the same. 2002 HR endeavor roadmaster chassis 275 22.5 radials. help!!
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Old 03-09-2015, 11:16 PM   #2
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It's coincidental that you should ask that question since I had just removed mine to build a new instrument panel and reinstall.

Here's a picture of mine from my '03 ('02 built) Roadmaster chassis with 275/70/22.5 radials.
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Old 03-09-2015, 11:27 PM   #3
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WELL, how awesome is that! looking at your photo, and the back of my speedo, clearly pointed out that i had merely bumped two dips slightly out of position. not fully. indicating that our factory settings are the same. can't thank you enough for taking that picture! im taking one of mine and saving it for eternity. now back to the temp guage.. ugh
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incidentally FYI, bede has a straightforward diagnostic plan in their customer service section for anyone having guage or sending unit problems. bede.com/customer service
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incidentally FYI, bede has a straightforward diagnostic plan in their customer service section for anyone having guage or sending unit problems. bede.com/customer service

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