VDO Speedometer Sender Adapter Cable to Electronic


VDO Speedometer Sender Adapter Cable to Electronic

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Sender for VDO speedo (attaches to cable) for use with VDO speedometers.

£157.96 £131.63

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This product is special order and will be ordered for you from the manufacturer. We require payment at the time of order. Special Order - delivery 8-12 weeks

Special Order - delivery 8-12 weeks

Product Information

Product Attributes
Weight (kg)0.567
QualityTop Quality
Unit of saleEach
Supplier code16-9290-0

Fits Vehicles

Product Vehicle Years
Beetle1950 - 1979
T2 Bay1968 - 1979
T2 Split1950 - 1967
Karmann Ghia1960 - 1974
Beetle Cabrio1950 - 1979
Golf Mk11975 - 1983
Golf Mk21984 - 1992
Golf Mk31992 - 1998
Scirocco1974 - 1989
Corrado1989 - 1995

Product Questions

Dose this connect to the standard clocks in place of the cable and drive the speedo .or dose it send a signal to digital after market clocks

Question by: Gary on 24 Jun 2021, 18:51
Hi this is designed to provide an electrical signal for aftermarket electronic clocks, It converts the mechanical speedo cable movement into electrical pulses.
Answer by: Max Ayling on 25 Jun 2021, 15:46
Hi, this title is electronic to cable, does this mean it can take an electronic signal and convert to cable reading?
I have a Honda K series in my mk1 Golf and looking into how to read speed on the original clocks. I need electronic signal to a little motor to spin the rear of the instrument cluster, is that what this does? Or is it actually cable to electronic attaching to the cable and converting to a signal?
Many Thanks
Question by: Dean Rankin on 3 Nov 2020, 16:45
This magnetic Speedometer Cable Kit (For Electronic Speedometers), is used to give your Electronic Speedometer (VDO, Autometer, etc) a proper signal from your VW Bug, Ghia, or Bus. This in place of your stock Speedometer Cable, it provides a compatible signal for the Speedometer to read. We can't say for sure if it would work in your application, as its only listed for the above models offically.
Answer by: Nick Bitton on 4 Nov 2020, 08:10