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Guest Message by DevFuse
Need some immediate help installing a Tachometer...
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Posted 05 September 2005 - 05:47 PM
Another simple way of doing this is to get a fuse tap at a parts store and then tap onto one of the fuses for the extra device. There are fancy taps available that you replace the original fuse with the tap and then plug the original fuse in the main slot and another for the extra load. There is a wire with a butt splice to make the connection.
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