Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2009 17:50:10 -0500
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From: Chris S <szpejankowski@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: Disabling Oil Warning Buzzer - need advice
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My 85 did not have a tach. My '84 does, but only because it is the
Wolfsburg edition full camper.
Does your tach have the "green zone"? If so it's from an '86 or later.
2009/1/8 Jeff Lincoln <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hello Volks!
> I had been sent instructions on this for my friend before - but the
> instructions and what he is looking at on the bus are not making sense.
> He has a 1985 GL (non-Westy). The original gauge cluster had the Tach and
> the digital clock. He has acquired another gauge cluster that was supposed
> to be an '85 as well (with Tach and digital clock) but apparently it is not
> - because it is equipped with the Oil Buzzer.
> So the question is - how on earth do we disable that buzzer?
> The instructions he has say to bend the ground pin on the connector out of
> the way to disable it - however the pin the instructions say is ground does
> not jive with what Bentley says.
> I am sorry I cannot be exactly specific but I am not where he is right now
> and I also do not have the instructions provided in front of me. I told him
> before he needs to join this list!!!!!!!!
> Any advice I can pass along is greatly appreciated.
> '90 Carat (Grover)
> '86 (We call this one Parts)
> '78 Bus (Melissa) Patty's Bus
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