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Old 06-22-2013, 08:01 AM
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Steward Warner Speedometer Calibration

Anyone have the DIP SWITCH information for a SW Speedo?

Mine is model # 82662

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Claude

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Does this help? http://www.partdeal.com/media/wysiwy...er-Catalog.pdf Check the Summit site. I searched and found the dip switch sequence for my non SW gauges at their site. Gotta dig in the tech stuff.
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Thanks for the reply - The Parts manual is nice, but does not answer my question.

Have searched the SUMMIT site - Maybe I need to search further.

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not sure if this what you need but http://www.firsttruck.ca/wiki/Electr...ner-Speedo.pdf
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