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I'll Miss Ya Red!!!
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Just bought a tach cluster for my truck since it didn't have one.

Turns out the truck it came out of is a 2.2

How is this going to effect the operation of the tach?

If the computer reads all diagnostics, and then sends readable info to the gauges, shouldn't everything be fine?

I think I'll have to get a scanner and hook it up to check and see how close it is. I'm not even home now! I have 5 mos before I can find out if this POS works right or not!

PHUK!:rolleyes: :scary: :cry: :mad:
 

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the tach in your truck now reads up to how many RPM and whats the red lile on that cluster? compare it to the one you bought, and see if they are the same
 

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I'll Miss Ya Red!!!
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That's just it Bro!..................

My truck didn't come with a Tach!:wtf:
 

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Do you know what year of truck it came out of? I may be interested in it if it's from a 2001.
 

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Ok since you have a 6 cyl and not a 4 cyl I suggest watchin where it shifts at at wot and post and see if anybody else can compare with you to see if it is off. Also at idle the tach should be pretty far off i am guessing sayin your idleing at 2k or so (thats a guess tho). If it seems pretty accurate it most likely is because it would read about 20% higher thruout the range.
 
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