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    Question number two of the day

    My brother gave me a little red digital tachometer for my truck today since he wasnt using it anymore how would i wire it up, getting my truck running properly gets priority but I figured ill ask for once I do get it running right

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    red to + / black to - /green or trigger wire to - side of the coil. Then the clamp goes real tight around the head of your,,,,, Oops I'm sorry, I thought you were Mark ZuckerBitch, The guy that can't leave things well enough alone. With out screwing them up. AGAIN..... Burn FaceBook Burn!!!!
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    well maybe i am mr zuckerbitch. I shall not confirm or deny anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxinOut View Post
    well maybe i am mr zuckerbitch. I shall not confirm or deny anything

    Ha ha ha ha ha. If you were, then you would not be asking us for advice on trucks. You would have one of your minions doing the dirty work. He is one of the guys standing along side the road looking at a flat tire, thinking OH my nails will get dirty....
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