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Where is tachometer located on 1994 F-250?

Where is the tachometer located on a 1994 F-250 460? My tach is dead and needs to be replaced. Just not sure where it is located.
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Click the image to open in full size. That makes no sense what so ever.
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I mean where is the sensor that measures the RPMs?
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I mean where is the sensor that measures the RPMs?
The computer senses it from the ignition sensor, so if the truck runs it isn't that. So it is either the tach itself, the computer or a broken wire.
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The computer senses it from the ignition sensor, so if the truck runs it isn't that. So it is either the tach itself, the computer or a broken wire.
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