How divide / multiply low frequency pulses to create a new frequency

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  1. teliocide

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    I need to build a replacement Vehicle Speed Senor. The drive gear in my Subaru gear is dead and requires gearbox removal and disassembly to replace it. I intend to set up a hall effect sensor on the drive axle output.
    The Engine management system requires approximately 4 pulses per axle rotation so 4 magnets are required. Sadly for some reason the magic number is not exactly 4. So i will need to divide or multiply this signal to get the speedo to read correctly.
    So now I am here in search of a circuit to do the required signal frequency modification.
    At this point in time i have no idea what X/÷ factor should be.

    I am hoping someone can help me with a circuit.

    Many thanks
     
  2. MikeML

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    When your thread inevitably gets shut down for violating the TOS, come over to Electro-Tech and I will help you.
     
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    Welcome to the AAC forum.

    The owners of All About Circuits has elected not to host discussions of automotive electrical system modifications/enhancements due to safety concerns, the potential of legal ramifications and the possible circumvention of vehicle regulations at the state and federal level.

    This thread is against the AAC forum rules, Terms of Service (ToS).

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