[DML] Tachometer Failure
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[DML] Tachometer Failure



 
 
Jason,
 
It sound to me like a bad tach or bad  connection.
 
I would trace the wire going to the tach under the  dashboard (WS white with 
slate) if you can and tap into it connecting any  automotive tach to there and 
see what you get.
 
I say try to find the wire because I once tried and  could never find it 
myself.
 
You may have to take off the binnacle, at which point  you will be able to 
not only get to the tach wire but will also be able to make  sure the connection 
to the "PC Board" is clean, then retest  it.
 
D² & 6530
Dave  Delman




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