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Old 11-04-2010, 11:31 AM
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Sunpro Tach hook up.

My son found a Sunpro Tach II at a yard sale and bought it for $5.00. He wants to install it in his 65 Ford fairlane Sedan. We have already installed a oil, amp and temp gauge set in the car. It has four wires. green, red, black and white. I know the black wire is the ground and the green wire goes to the plus side of the coil. I don't know where the red or white wires go. Please advise where they go. Thanks guys in advance for your help.

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This info is from the Sunpro website.
The green wire is connected to - side of the coil for tach signal.
The black wire is ground.
The red wire is 12 volts + ignition on, fused.
The white is connected to the dash lights.

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Thanks vicrod. For some reason I forget that I can look up the products on line and get my answers. I guess I need to try and look up the product on line before I ask a dumb question. Thanks again.
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That's not a dumb question. Glad you got it fixed.


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