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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-30-04, 01:37 AM Thread Starter
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E350 tach connection

I have a 97 E350 with the V10. Does anyone know where or if there is a tach wire anywhere? Someone told me there is one in the harness around the Brake Booster but Ive yet to find it.

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Re: E350 tach connection

I can't say where it is for your specific vehicle, but the tach gets its signal from the vehicle's speed sensor. You should be able to get to the signal wire in the engine compartment. If you have a shop manual, take a look at the wiring diagram so you don't splice into the wrong wire.


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