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Re: Tach Problems (Part II)

To: MG Nuts <>
Subject: Re: Tach Problems (Part II)
From: Skye Poier <>
Date: Thu, 15 Aug 2002 11:15:47 -0700
Word on the street is Phillip Erikson said:
> Well, I just got back from the electric shop and I found out what they had
> done: they claim that a) there was no wire attached to the post on the back of
> the tach, and b) there was no wire running to the coil. So they ran a wire
> from the post to the coil.

I think this is your problem.  The tach needs 12v input voltage, the
only coil connection should be the white wire loop at the back.

I suggest you get a wiring diagram (eg Haynes) and learn to fix it
yourself as it sounds like your "shop" has no idea what they are doing.

66 B

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