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How do you hook up a tachometer in a 1992 Ford Escort 4-cylinder 5 speed manual?


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2006-10-23 00:33:55
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If you get a decent aftermarket tach, you can probably find one that simply hooks onto a spark plug wire for sensing the RPM. Inquire where you purchase your auto parts, about installation.

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