A tachometer that shows the wrong reading and get stuck sometimes could be caused by faulty wiring between the transmission and tachometer. It could be caused by a defective instrument cluster.
connection could be loose. Or the switch might be going out
Loose connection or blower motor is bad
A bad ignition coil can cause your 1987 Acura tachometer to quit working. A bad tachometer cable or ground wire can also cause it to quit working.
This is a common problem with Chevy trucks around that year. The problem is caused by bad stepper motors behind the gauges. There are several places that can repair this or you can replace the instrument cluster.
Could be the tach is set for 6 cylinders?
That code trips when the controller wants to spin the drum but the tachometer says it isnt moving, could be a bad wire connection, a piece of clothing stuck in the drum, or worst case scenario a burned out drum bearing.
The tachometer measures the number of revolutions the engine makes in a minute. This indirectly equates to the speed of the vehicle. Depending on the gear that the vehicle is in, you could determine speed with a tachometer. To determine your speed, you would need to know the gearing of the rear end as well as the circumference of the wheels.
A wire going to the battery broke off, when it was reconnected the gauges and lights on the gauges start working again, however the speedometer and the tachometer did not operate.
I would say the mechanic didn't re-install the tachometer wire ,whereever it goes on this motor,which I don't know. I would say the mechanic didn't re-install the tachometer wire ,whereever it goes on this motor,which I don't know.
SEE IF IT STARTS WITH A JUMP START ..IF SO THE BATTERY COULD BE WORN OUT OR JUST A DIRTY CONNECTION FROM THE BATTERY TO THE STARTER
Could be a number of things. Ignotion Coil bad,ignition switch bad?
Std. transmission could be "shift" light
In 1991 you could buy a brand new Nissan pickup for $7500. The base model did not include A.C., a rear bumper, or a tachometer. The tach and bumper could be added on if they were wanted but were made an option to keep the price down.
the problem could be in the fuel pump itself or there could be a loose wire connection where the fuel pump plugs in.
bad ground connection. Also the sending unit in the gas tank could be going bad.
It could be the Idle Air Control (Idle speed control) valve. Its located on the left side of your TBI and has an electrical connection.
There is no traditional connection, but there could be a modern connection. There is a traditional connection to the number 8 though.
There could be a problem with the relay being grounded. There could also be a bad fuse or the fuse connection.
There are many reasons why you could have lost local area connection. You could be in the middle of a storm.
It could just be broken. Or the gadget in you gas tank has been displaced
If the Tech goes out and your TCS indicator comes on it could be your crank shaft sensor
Why not start with the simple stuff? Check the battery terminals for corrosion or a loose connection. Sometimes when a starter is engaged it will pull enough current that a poor connection will fail under the load.
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Yes, you can. Wireless connection is not different from wired connection in a sense of functionality.