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In a 1998 excel base model with no tacho, can you straight swap the instrument cluster to one with a tacho? Is the wiring all there ready to go?
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In a 1998 excel base model with no tacho, can you straight swap the instrument cluster to one with a tacho? Is the wiring all there ready to go?
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In a 1998 excel base model with no tacho, can you straight swap the instrument cluster to one with a tacho? Is the wiring all there ready to go?
Only for the Deluxe(DLX) model, not the Standard(STD).
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I'm sure you can. The tach works off the signal sent from the crank position sensor. So all you have to do is find a place to tap into the tach signal at the ECU and run a wire to pin into the cluster connector(if that connector pin is empty).
+/- power should already be supplied in the cluster, you just need to signal to run it.
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