green signal wire goes to the negative side of coil, not the positive.
On your tach you probably have a ground(black),power(red), signal(green) and illumination(yellow?) wires. The signal wire splices into the positive side of the coil. The rest of the wires are pretty self explanatory. Make sure you have a solid ground and power. The illumination wire can be hooked into the headlight switch so it goes on with your lights. Tim
The statement above is true for hooking up a tach. I just installed one in my 87 gmc s15. the trucks are set up from the factory to come with one, so you will find a wire located in the wiring harness that has a hookup for your tach. This is so you dont have to mess with the distributer set up. This may save you some time.
The order is 1,2,3,4,5,6
gasoline-usually 89 octane. fuel filter is in the rochester 2se carburetor on a 2.8l 1983 Chevy motor.
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what does it mean when my IGM is low at 28L
it should be located on the rear manifold
Let the length of the shorter leg be L, then the longer leg is L + 14.By Pythagoras then 262 = L2 + (L + 14)2 = L2 + L2 + 28L + 196 = 2L2 + 28L + 196676 = 2L2 + 28L + 196 : 2L2 + 28L - 480 = 0 : L2 + 14L - 240 = 0This can be factored : L2 + 14L - 240 = (L + 24)(L - 10) = 0As only a positive number answer applies and this is when L - 10 = 0 : L = 10.The length of the shorter leg is 10 feet.
under exaust manifold on passenger side
Should be around 40 psi
should be a small black plastic box close to the distributor mounted on a bracket. it will have a couple of wires and a vacuum line the runs to the intake manifold
could be tps or throttle positioning sensor
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First, check your air filter and O2 sensor. Both probably need to be replaced. If the HC is up, change the plugs and wires too. If the vehicle is carburated you probably don't have an O2 sensor.