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Old 04-08-2003, 03:56 PM
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hi people, i am currently in search of the tach wire in my 92 s-10 with a 4.3. it has the analog dash so i have no tack and want to hook up a small sunpro. i have been told that i can graft into the white wire going into the cap but i would assume that gm would have left a wire open since the digital dash had a tach. any ideas if the wire if taped off in the gauge cluster or any other locations? thanks

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There's a good chance that there's an empty slot in the harness behind your dash. Or perhaps there's a wire coming off the ECM. I know on the newer DIS that GM runs, it's a white wire that comes off the ignition control module.
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i put a tbi 305 in my 81 regal and used the tbi setup from an 87 chevy van, and the tach wire came right off the coil and accepts a blade...on the 92 4.3 the wire runs into the harness and i have no idea where it goes. i am hoping that it does indeed go through the firewall even though i already went and drilled the hole to run the wire like a moron. anyone else have any ideas?
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