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Old 08-23-2009, 03:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Tach stopped working....

Started up my truck and the tach wasent working. Let it idle for a few minutes to warm up, still nothing, started down the driveway and it started working now. Why, and where do I start? Thanks in advance!
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the connector for the crank sensor could be loose. it's right on the front of the engine. just follow the wires up from the sensor.
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check the small wires on the drivers side batt + terminal also, one is for the shut off solenoid not sure what the other is but the tach stopped working on mine when it corroded out.
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