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ecu tach signal wire?

okay gonna try another route, trying to wire in a shift light, signal wire behind gauges does not work, gonna try the signal wire at the ecu, anybody know what color this wire is, or can u point me in the direction.......pleeeeeease help lol
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okay gonna try another route, trying to wire in a shift light, signal wire behind gauges does not work, gonna try the signal wire at the ecu, anybody know what color this wire is, or can u point me in the direction.......pleeeeeease help lol
Thought about tapping into one of your injectors?
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yeah just didnt want to go down that far
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yeah just didnt want to go down that far
Deleted my earlier posts bashing you for not giving What Gen because I missed it(only shown on New threads Home Page) ...so a Gen 3 it seems, your profile doesn't give much information and what unit your trying to use is not on this thread.......so no one it seems will be able to help you with limited information.

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its a glow shift light just a basic 3 wire set up i have the signal wire to the back of the gauges but that doesnt seem to work ive read several threads on this and still havent seen a definate location or color wire everyone seems to use for the signal wire
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been reading a little more is it true the tach signal only comes off two cylinders? the shift light only goes down to 4 cyclinders could this be my problem?
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