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Anyone got any idea's what could be wrong ??

It doesn't drive any differently so i presume it's just a faulty gauge ?
 

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you sure its not working? best test to see if its just guage or if its 4wd, get a nice big trolly jack and jack up the rear diff so the rear wheels are just off the ground, then get in the car and very slowly put in gear and lift the clutch, if the car moves a bit then your 4wd is fine:thumbsup:
 

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If it's the gauge I've got a nice white-faced unused Mines one if you're interested. Much rareness! :D
 

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pm me your email and I'll send some :D
 

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I'll have a look tomo, It's not my car its my dads but he don't do so well with computers so he asked me to put a thread up on here asking,

But I'll give it ago after college tomorrow thanks for advice
 

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The gauge only measures sent torque, not actual torque delivered.
What this means is that either your gauge has a connection problem (unplugged or broken wire), or the attesa ecu isn't sending any to the fronts due to a fault, although the latter would normally result in the 4WD light coming up on the dash.
 

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Well me and my old man took it for a little drive this afternoon and gave it a little bit and the Gauge didn't move at first but then jumped up, and now it's working fine ?? Do you reckon it was just stuck or something stupid like that ? As i said it is working fine now :confused:
 

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Cool; that's the power of this forum - fixed!

I'd guess it's an electrical intermittent fault, but impossible to say.
 
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