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Old 02-07-2005, 00:14   #1 (permalink)
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shift light wiring

i was able to score the other day a Gizzmo dual stage shift light, it only has 3 wire to hok it up (12v +, 12v- & tacho) but im tryin to find where to hook the tacho lead up to. apparently i need to find the tacho output, or somethin that sends the signal to the tacho. anyone know where it might be?
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Re: shift light wiring

Which car is this going in???
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Re: shift light wiring

goin in a ef fairmont.. i changed it to a manual little while back so though t a shift light might be a little usfull now
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Re: shift light wiring

Not sure which wire specifically but:

If you can get your hands on a wiring diagram from a maintenace manual, there should be a wire from the computer (or the TFI / coil) which goes into the tachometer as a signal. (The tacho should also have a voltage + and earth) If you can find that wire, splice into it

Sorry I cant be more specific, but ive still got the good ol' fashioned points in my car.

Good Luck with it
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just got it sussed, theres a lead that goes to the tacho from the comp, (found it deep inside the workshop manual haha) so yeah, just have to tap into that and all is good.

thanks for ya help.
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