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Ok guys here's the deal. I've researched and researched with no luck and I just got off the phone with Scott from destroked and this is what he gave me as far as wiring their tach kit.
pin 30 crankshaft sensor dark blue +
pin 31 camshaft sensor Red +
pin 41 crankshaft grey -
pin43 camshaft orange -
Problem is pin 30 and 31 are not punched out 41 is pink/white and there is no 43
the camshaft sensor wiring i have is dark green and a light blue
Also this truck only has a cylinder head temp (cht) sensor so what do I do for coolant temp?
The truck was an 2003 F250 lariat FX4 4R100 auto now 95 12v nv4500
Thanks in advance
Im having problems also!
So you hooked the dark blue to one of the pickup wires and tied the gray and dark green together? What did you do with the other pickup wire and the other cam sensor wire?
Also so how many teeth do you have on your tone wheel?
Yes the cam + was Dark green and that is connected to crank- grey.
It depends on what your truck was before the swap i.e. diesel, v10, or 5.4 v8.
Most of the time you tie your crank+ and cam+ together and ground the other tach sensor wire. When I wired mine like I just stated my rpm would fall off at 2k go to 0 and after I let off the throttle it would go back to idle rpm.
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