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Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?

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  • #1
    piwos
    Level 24  
    Seicento 2005 / 1.1 gasoline, where is the speedometer sensor impedance motor screwed in?
    In which place?
  • #2
    wojtek1234321
    Level 35  
    You must look for the impulser on the top cover / surface of the gearbox. In the place where in the boxes with the mechanical drive of the meter / speedometer was mounted the speedometer cable drive.
  • #3
    piwos
    Level 24  
    wojtek1234321 wrote:
    You must look for the impulser on the top cover / surface of the gearbox. In the place where in the boxes with the mechanical drive of the meter / speedometer was mounted the speedometer cable drive.

    The problem is that I look, look and do not see :)
    I found the reversing sensor and I thought it was him (the speedometer pulse) but unfortunately it is not him :(

    Where is the impulse, does anyone know?
  • #4
    wojtek1234321
    Level 35  
    I'm not exactly sure, but this is probably the place on the main transmission.

    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?
  • #6
    piwos
    Level 24  
    wojtek1234321 wrote:
    I'm not exactly sure, but this is probably the place on the main transmission.

    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?

    Can you be more precise, more clearly? I do not have the practice until such an imagination as this gear is mounted?
  • #7
    wojtek1234321
    Level 35  
    Instead of a cable drive, an impulser is mounted, the mounting location does not change. The best way is to get on the cables from the meter.

    Added after 7 [minutes]:

    piwos wrote:
    how is the transmission mounted?

    Almost the same as the links drive.

    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?

    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?

    Instead of a cable, it is screwed to the pictures.
  • #8
    piwos
    Level 24  
    wojtek1234321 wrote:
    Instead of a cable drive, an impulser is mounted, the mounting location does not change. The best way is to get on the cables from the meter.

    The point is that I lack imagination, I do not know how this gear is mounted?
    (which party to which)
    This chest from Seicento 1,1 / petrol?
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    #9
    wojtek1234321
    Level 35  
    Have you seen these two pictures?

    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?

    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?

    It is simply screwed in where the red arrow points.
    In Seicento 1.1, two types of gearboxes were probably used. One so-called with "wet goblets" and the second with "dry goblets" (it comes to half-axle joints at the gearbox), one of them probably had a symbol, if I remember correctly, 516 and something else, and the other 514 and other numbers, but otherwise there were no major differences, maybe except the gear ratios in individual gears, but only that the half-axle joints at the gearbox worked in oil and the other worked "dry". The place of the line / pulse attachment did not change
  • #10
    piwos
    Level 24  
    wojtek1234321 wrote:
    Instead of a cable drive, an impulser is mounted, the mounting location does not change. The best way is to get on the cables from the meter.
    Added after 7 [minutes]:
    piwos wrote:
    how is the transmission mounted?

    Almost the same as the links drive.

    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?

    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?

    Instead of a cable, it is screwed to the pictures.

    I know this :)
    Where is the impulse, does anyone know? Any drawing, photo or description?
  • #11
    Bieda z nędz±
    Level 34  
    Look on the gearbox, over the axles or the differential gear.
  • #12
    wojtek1234321
    Level 35  
    piwos wrote:
    I know this :)
    Where is the impulse, does anyone know? Any drawing, photo or description?

    Well, you have shown the red arrow twice in the picture where it is screwed, but it's hard to three times the art:

    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?

    And the impulse is just this:

    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?

    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?
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    #13
    g107r
    Level 39  
    I understand a little friend :)
    This photo is from the side of the page as if it would stand and open the mask, it is a photo of the back of the engine with the chest
    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?
    Right in front of the engine bulkhead, not behind the radiator, it is possible that you have to dive deeply into the engine compartment and bend the cables, pipes and other such, because they block the view.
    This is more or less where the green circle, only half a meter deeper , obscured by the air filter and other such "hiding".
    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?
  • #14
    piwos
    Level 24  
    g107r wrote:
    I understand a little friend :)
    This photo is from the side of the page as if it would stand and open the mask, it is a photo of the back of the engine with the chest
    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?
    Right in front of the engine bulkhead, not behind the radiator, it is possible that you have to dive deeply into the engine compartment and bend the cables, pipes and other such, because they block the view.
    This is more or less where the green circle, only half a meter deeper , obscured by the air filter and other such "hiding".
    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?

    Oh, I understand, it's already clarifying! Thanks, mate G107r! Today I will check and let you know if I found :)
    ps. I wonder just why the km counter on the clock is fanning but the speed arrow does not indicate?
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    #15
    g107r
    Level 39  
    In my meter there are two "motors", one drives the pointer, the other drives miles. The fact that one will have a problem with the operation is not surprising. Start by watching if there are no cold solder in the counter unit, no capacitor has swelled up, that is, the speedometer does not get a signal, but the system from km is still like this.
    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?
    And it will not matter if the meter with the display, the system splits into two measurements, speed, and mileage. The electronic course can charge, but the motor can be floated from the speed, hang or not work. After all, there are 2 systems in one housing, using one wire from the sensor / motor controller - because it's different here, and in seicento I do not know.
    For my taste something on the meter, and the sensor on the chest is OK.
  • #16
    piwos
    Level 24  
    I found a grandfather. Eh, they could not place it any worse? ;)
    I leave for those interested. If someone long and passionately searched, and could not find, I warn you! Access from the top for someone who has a thin, small hand and of course on a completely cold engine :)
    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?
    Thanks to all kind and constructive! :)
    It turned out that the fault was, however, the sensor
  • #17
    Samotni¶
    Level 7  
    s 1.1 99 years. Would that be here? How to check? Just like a friend. ?
    Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse? Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse? Fiat Seicento - Seicento, where is the speedometer sensor pulse?