Wiring A Tack


Wiring A Tack - how to wire a tachometer run the tachometer wiring around or through the dash board down to the firewall behind the gas pedal use tie wraps to secure the tachometer wires to the body of the car separate the wires that will be connected inside the passenger cabin and those that will run into the engine partment through the firewall strip 1 2 inch of insulation from both ends of all the wires use a pliers type crimper to crimp ring connectors to both ends of the one of the red wires and the black wire and one end of each of the gray wires crimp a female blade disconnect onto one end of the remaining red wire and a wiring the tachometer connect the tachometer wires as shown in the wiring diagrams below which are typical installations in my case i first started with the figure a wiring but later figure b with the installation of the hei distributor in my jeep i would say you have the tach signal.
wire to the wrong side of coil the tack sweeps to 8000 and back to reset this tells you the power and ground are hooked and tack is ready try hooking to other coil wire and see if tach will work then you should have different setting for the tach for 2 4 6 8 cylinders you may have to change these settings to get the tach to pick up the signal i hope this helps thanks for using a h harness and tack pany in the heart of lancaster county pennsylvania strives to bring you the highest quality harness and cart workmanship as well as excellent customer service and munication to place your harness saddle or harness pad order feel free to shop online

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