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Old 01-14-2017, 08:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just installed a 2007 swift rs415 manual gearbox into a Australian holden cruze (re badge ignis) . the electronic speedo over reads now.

Would i need to change the speedo or disassemble gearbox and change the speed wheel on the differential.

Is the speedo programmed?

Does anyone have wiring diagrams for the 2007 swift and 2004 ignis?

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I've just had a look at the parts lists and it shows the Ignis 1.5 and swift 1.5 use the same exciter rotor. Is your Ignis a different engine size?
I have both wiring diagrams but I don't know how that will help as the pulse speeds are set by the rotor.
You can get recalibration units to fit in line but they are expensive and I don't know if they make them for Suzuki's.

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Thanks Darrel for that, the holden cruze 1.5 . 2004 all wheel drive re badged ignis sport. the differential tried to escape, cracking the case. the replacement swift gear box out of a 2007 swift 1.5 lt. the swift gearbox fifth gear end cover on the swift gearbox is bigger. I was wondering if the speed sensor probe in the swift gear box is counting the differential gear teeth as it was doing 160km/h when I changed out of third. both cars run 15 inch wheels so that isn't the problem. Hall effect speedo system is an education for me. Michael
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On paper they seem the same, but I guess not

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