Where do you connect the blue wire on the tachometer for the bulb?
The blue wire is usually just an auxiliary wire. The blue wire does not need to be connected. Tape the end of the blue wire off.
There are 3 (maybe4) wires on your tachometer. One +, one - and one gives the signal to the rpm. You must connect this third wire to the ECM (ECU) rpm outlet (White wire) or directly to the ignition coils negative wire (blue - yellow) If there is a fourth wire on the rpm, that is the backlight. Connect it to the dashboards backlight system. Good luck.
Where is the tachometer trigger connection on a 1992 Isuzu pickup Has a distributor but not a standard coil Some device bolted to the valve cover acts as the coil?
Connect the trigger wire to the yellow/blue wire that is joined to the Blue wire from the coil. Don't use the yellow blue at the coil, the connection you want is a junction point where the blue meets the yellow blue. It is at the plug that hooks to the coil. Just connected mine and it works fine - 2.6L 4 cyl. Connect the trigger wire to the at the Blue wire from the coil…
To connect a wire to an electric bulb you will need a battery, wires with alligator pegs and the bulb, plus plasticine or blue tack. You must stick the plasticine to the end of the battery and then also you must stick the other side of the battery with plasticine (the wires must be under the plasticine). next use the alligator pegs to hold both sides of the bulb. thus your bulb works. You should…
The green wire is supposed to go to the negative wire of the coil , that is usually a white wire, but make sure that the tachometer documents tell you to use the negative wire it is usually the white wire. If you have a test light hook the cramp to the negative of the battery and check the two wires if the light glows that is the positive, connect the green wire to the…
How do you install a tachometer in a 1991 Honda Civic and which wire is the coil wire coming out of the distributer?
Get an RPM meter (tachometer) for 1 cylinder 4 stroke engine to match with your engine. Connect ground wire from RPM to body, usually black colored wire. Connect power wire to ignition switch, make sure it is connected to 'ON' position of switch, this wire usually with yellow insulation. Connect green wire to coil negative terminal, this terminal is connected to contact point or ignition trigger system, the wire from tachometer is usually with green…
How do you install a aftermarket tachometer on a 1992 Mazda B2600I 2.6L 4x4 when there is no factory tachometer?
How do you connect the parts of a simple electric circuit together so that the light bulb lights up?
On the factory radio wire harness of a 2002 Oldsmobile Alero what color do you connect to the remote wire of your amplifier?
Left highbeam and highbeam indicator not working on 2001 Honda Civic No problem with fuses and bulbs?
How do you install a ceiling fan that has green black blue and white wires to a junction box that only has black white and bare wire?
Connect the green wire to the bare wire in the junction box. Connect the white wire to the white wire in the junction box. Connect the black blue wires to the black wire in the junction box. The black is usually the fan and the blue is usually the light on the fan. They seperate them in case you wish to hook the fan/light to two switches.
In order to install a tachometer on your 1987 Monte Carlo SS, you must first find the tachometer wire by using an automotive diagnostic tool. Mount the tachometer on the dashboard. Connect green, red, black, and white wires to the distributor, ignition power, cigarette lighter, and headlights, respectively. Turn on the engine to test if the tachometer works.
Could some one help could you tell you where the tachometer connection is on a 1991 Chevy s10 4.3 Leter is on the distrubutor with the four wire or the two wires?
Connect the black wire to the smooth wire. The ribbed wire is the identifier for the neutral wire which is connected to the shell of the lamp holder. The smooth wire connects to the center pin in the lamp holder. Using this configuration the hot wire is kept away from your fingers as far as possible when changing out the light bulb.
Under the hood, near to the center of the vehicle, behind or just to the right of the air cleaner assembly there are three factory provided (for dealer or optional upgrades) BLUNT ENDED wires. They usually have what appears to be about 1.5 inches of black heat-shrink on them. One of them, white with a small pink stripe, is usually tagged as "CTO". It is the Controlled Tachometer Output. which is a filtered circuit not…
The tach has a lot of wires coming out the back, here are what the are for: ~The RED wire goes to a power source. ~The BLACK wire goes to ground. ~The BROWN and BLUE wires are for the tach internal bulbs. ~The GREEN wire needs to go to a blue wire that is located under your hood top right corner. The blue wire has a black rubber cap on it.