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Old 01-22-2011, 02:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Howdy, I'm looking to install one of those large tachos with a shift light to my forenza. I'm more than used to wiring in to pre 1984 cars, however I'm a little concerned with how fiddly the wires are behind the clocks. Does anyone know if there is a separate, accessible signal wire for the rev counter? I know it'll be a multiplug but was hoping to find the signal wire, a 12v and ground wire to splice the tacho into.

I thought of asking before I even attempt to try. Thanks, Rick.
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Hi,
The Tach Wire is a GREY wire just behind the Instrument cluster.

Hope that helps?

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Hi ...

I installed a big rpm clock on the dash board with quick shift light. But I can not find the rpm signal whire.

I have a Suzuki swift 1.3 2006.

Can somme one help me..
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