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Posted 20 April 2007 - 02:41 PM
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Posted 20 April 2007 - 09:25 PM
If your dash is an analogue, not digital, with only a speedo, I would think another analogue with a tach would plug right in, but I could be wrong.
Sadly, I'm sure you are. It's not plug and play. BUT, all the wires are there in similar plugs, it's just they use different pins for most all of it. You could easily remove the wires pin by pin and reinsert in the proper connector to fit a tach dash.
The tach wire itself would have to be run, as well as power tapped for the Volmeter, and either an oil pressure wire run(requires installing sender into pump) or just swap the little panel that holds the *oil* light panel into the bezel, and keep the light only.
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