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Speedo and Odometer help

I had a 94 Dodge Dakota. It was the 3.9 Magnum had the 5 speed manual transmission and was 2wd. It blew up on me so I decided to make me a truck. I bought a 83 K5 Blazer rolling frame with a 305 350turbo and 203 transfer case. I took the Dakota cab off and mounted it to the blazer frame. Now I'm doing electrical. Hooking the motor up to run is no big deal i know how to do that. I need help hooking up the speedometer and odometer in the cab of the Dakota to something that will give them a reading from the 83 engine transmission and transfer case. Any help would be appreciated.

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So you need a Mechanical signal generator for an Electric speedo?
Probably have what you need here>> http://www.transmissioncenter.net/sp...n_______va.htm
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You can also check parts for the '87 Chevy pickup and Blazer, since that was when GM went to TBI and a computer. With the computer they needed to have an electronic speed sensor somewhere in the system.

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