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I spent some time going through the archives here and found a lot on malfunctioning tachometers but none of their solutions worked for me. Mine has been dead since a new wire harness went in and the yellow/white wire on the multi-connector looks to be in good shape and the ground (at least what I think is the ground) looks clean. I even tried the bang on dash method and while it did jump a little when I did that, it didn't fix the issue. The only signs of life it shows are that it will jump into the red sometimes when I shut off the ignition which I guess means that I'm getting some signal in that yellow/white wire from the ignition amp.
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- Dead Tach, Jawerdna , Sat, 4 Nov 2017 12:44:48 <-- Viewing This Message
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