assuming you already have the tach you would: 1. locate a spot to attach it where you can see it easily without having to look to far or have it impare your view of the road. 2. locate the best place in the firewall to drill a hole for the wires. 3. locate your ignition coil. 4. locate one of your dash light power leads. 5. locate a secure, metal,paint free area to attach your ground wire to. 6. mount your tach in the desired location (may have to drill holes first.) 7. if nescessary, drill the hole in your firewall for the wires. 8. cut the tach wires a few inches longer than the routed distance between your mounting location and their respective destinations (commonly red = coil, black = ground, green = lights.) 9. route and attach wires (coil wire goes to possitive.) 10. set your tach's redline to match your car's redline. 11. learn to rip off redline shifts in sets of 5.
2000 VE base models do not come with a factory installed tachometer.
You need gauges and a refrigerant recovery system.
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TRy on the neg side of the coil.
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Read the directions!
Your owners manual will tell you.
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Does the vehicle already have a tach?no
About 20 minutes
your user guide
There a a couple different ways. You can get the entire dashboard cluster with a tachometer from a 7th Gereration Corolla, 1988 to 1993... (1988 was the first Model year Corolla went to Front Wheel drive) or an 8th Generation (Model years 1994 to 2002) And a dash cluster/ gauge assembly after Model year after 2002 will not work. If you choose to do this it is very important to report what you have done because you have also changed the odometer, if left UNreported to the DMV in your state is 'tampering" and a Felony, and they will not listen to "I forgot" or I didn't know'. You must be sure the gauge cluster comes from a car with the same ECU you have, the tachometer is 'given' it's information from the ECU. Another option is an aftermarket tachometer you can mount anwhere you choose, but the tachometer must be hooked up to the ECM, that is the source of the rpm's. I can write out a step by step procedure to do that ...leave a message on my boardif you want or need that. David.hutchison.3139
It has no differential plug.
One at a time, even if they are made into the cap
as far as im concerned no
Toyota Corolla was created in 1966.
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Yes it is!