Re: [DML] Wacky Tach
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Re: [DML] Wacky Tach



Check your battery terminals are tight. Mine did this and that was the 
problem

Martin

ironranger7012 wrote:

>I posted this message a couple of weeks ago with no response.  After 
>just reading Jasons message about his tach going past redline may be 
>our problems are similar.
>In my case the tach reads ok at idle to about 2.5k and then starts 
>going wild.  At about 65mph the reading is about 5k and wavering +/- 
>200 rpm.  The original tach did the same until it went around and the 
>needle just pointed down and waved a little while the engine was 
>running. I bought a new tach but it does the same as the first but at 
>about 1k less rpm.  I have just put up with it but I don't want this 
>to go over the top and have to buy a new tach again.  I was thinking 
>it may be the ground for the tach but I'm feeling too old to maneuver 
>under the dash anymore for something that may or may not be my problem.
>I hope someone else out there has a cure for this and/or Jasons.
>
>Vic
>7012 
>  
>





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