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Which pin wire should be spliced to connect tach adapter on the 2003 model Mustang 4.6?


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2015-07-17 17:40:47
2015-07-17 17:40:47

I would suggest you try to find the manufacturer of your tachometer on the web and check out their support site and email them if needed for your particuliar vehicle. For instance below is a link to Autometer's Tech Tip web site however unless you own an Autometer Tach this may be useless to you. There are so many different ignition systems today that it would be difficult to explain each. So its best to get the info from the pro's. , EzForJesus

http://hp.autometer.com/techtips/techtips.html

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