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How do you install an autometer tachometer on a 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse and is it possible to connect through the coil-ignitor wires?


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2009-11-17 18:10:53
2009-11-17 18:10:53
  • If you don't have a distributor on your car, you will need to get a tach adapter for your car. So that you can get an rpm signal from your car to the tachometer.
  • Hey dude, here's how to connect the green wire from your tachometer: Tach output is obtained from PCM (powertrain control module) which is a 104 wire connector, and is located behind the passenger side kick panel. Look for pin number 48, which is usually an orange wire with a white stripe.(4.6L is = 4 ppr)
  • Your best bet is to check out the autometer's web site which provides most all the information you might need. If you can't find the info email autometer tech support.
  • Go to test connector inside the fusebox under the hood, it is a t-shaped plug. Tach is the terminal on the top left of the T. The wire under the terminal is white or white/red.




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One possibility is that the tachometer connections to the circuit board of the cluster have become corroded. It is also possible that the tachometer has just become worn out and needs to be replaced.

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The best place to have any car serviced is typically at a Mitsubishi dealership. Since they are familiar with all of the Mitsubishi cars and trucks, they also have many of the parts in stock.

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yeah its possible...but u have to get intake and exhaust swapped as well

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possible on eBay or call junk yards


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