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Old 08-29-2007, 05:54 PM   #1
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I am hooking up a new tack ans shift light were do i connect the wire to have the rpms read at ?
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I found the wire quickly thanks to the info/pics in that thread...wasn't hard at all.

Also used the tip in post #20 of that thread...use a normal 12v test light...connect the alligator clip to ground, and simply pierce each white wire with the probe...when the tach needle jumps, you found the correct white wire to tap into.

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