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Old 23 February 2014, 14:51   #11
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once again tony the level of help offered by your good self is quite simply overwhelming!
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Can you change the pole setting on the rear of the tacho?
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To save any hassle I just wired mine up, started the engine and set it on idle, I then turned the dial until the needle was sitting at the correct revs, 650-750ish.
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I'll try that just trying to decipher which wires on the new harness to use. There were 4 on the old one presume 2 for revs and 2 for oil light.
I think the new harness has 6/7 wires in it so may do a trim gauge to
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