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Where is the tachometer on a 2004 chevy impala ss

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It should work. I have a 94 w/o a tach and put a LE version cluster with tach in. Works fine. There should still be a tach wire grouped into the harness plugs. Just unplug your old one and plug in the new one that's it.

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I have a 2003 Chevy Impala and I am bringing it to my mechanic, the dealer said it could be just a blown fuse and also may be the switch, i can get back to you on it. Deb

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For any of you who may have been watching this question, I'll give you the answer myself. The answer is YES. After purchasing the one with the factory tach and installing it, everything works like it should.

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