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Legal question regarding clocks



Daz.

ClioSport Club Member
  Clio 200 RS EDC


If you had to change your clocks in a clio due to them packing up/faulty/damaged etc and swapped the clocks from a car that had less mileage on it then your current clocks i.e a good 50k difference do you have to inform anybody about the switch?

another relavant ish question - you know the wobbly speedo needle that we all get where it wobbles like hell to a certain speed then settles down is that down to the clocks or is that another area?

basically a mate wants to know if hell be in trouble by doing this and if itll possible fix his dead speedo?

Cheers
 
  A well built VW


Ive done it before but i didnt tell anyone , did get a cal after i sold it but i was straight with the guys i sold it to and the guys who phoned nothing else ever happened
 


Quote: Originally posted by Daz0rz on 27 March 2005


another relavant ish question - you know the wobbly speedo needle that we all get where it wobbles like hell to a certain speed then settles down is that down to the clocks or is that another area?
Its the Speedo Cable. Either grease it up or, get a new one fitted.
 

Daz.

ClioSport Club Member
  Clio 200 RS EDC


oh good so its not a major problem aslong as everyone who needs to know knows?
 
  Mk2 Ph1 1.2 8v


yeah, its only illegal to clock a car as its obviously to give the impression its of a lower mileage.

Perfectly legal if theres no misconceptions.
 


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