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    wrong dash cluster

    My new project car seems to be full of surprises. I purchase a dash cluster because my circuit board was in pieces. My old one was with tach, but I could not find harness. The new used one's harness plug is mush smaller then the old on so will not plug in. I'm thicking my car was without tach and was replaced but not original to one with tach. old owner must have ran extra wire to hook up tach directly to coil as would after market tach

    Does the tach harness have a small pin connector then the cluster without tach?.
    (This post was last modified: 08-21-2010 08:42 PM by not2old.)
    Offline 08-20-2010 08:08 PM
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      RE: wrong dash cluster

      (08-20-2010 08:08 PM)not2old Wrote:  My new project car seems to be full of surprises. I purchase a dash cluster because my circuit board was in pieces. My old one was with tach, but I could not find harness. The new used one's harness plug is mush smaller then the old on so will not plug in. I'm thicking my car was without tach and was replaced but not original to one with tach. old owner must have ran extra wire to hook up tach directly to coil as would after market tach

      Does the tach harness have a small pin connector then the cluster without tach?.

      Hi, I am not sure if you have already solved this or not. Yes, the tach harness has the smaller plug.
      I ended up buying a harness to use for parts when I converted to a tach dash. The non tach dash has a bigger plug on the back to accomodate the oil, temp, charge, lights.
      Hope this helps.
      Offline 09-11-2010 07:36 PM
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