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Old 03-25-2004, 09:31 PM
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ranger Tach hook up

okay this might be a stupid question. i have an 84 ford ranger 2.8L with a TFI ignition coil. Which wire do i hook my green wire up to??????? or does it already have a tach terminal?? PLZ HELP ME
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I know someones gotta know the answer to this question. come on help
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You should have three wires going to the coil. The fat one for the dist cap, and two smaller ones. One of the smaller wires will be positive, and the other negative. You want the negative wire. If it's not marked, just try one. if it's the positive, the tach won't work, and nothing will be harmed. Just swap it to the other one and it should work.
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I'm pretty sure it says TACH on the coil module.
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siad nothing bout tach on the coil but we finally figures it out. and there are 5 wires. my dist. wire then 4 others but with a litlle cuttin and some butt conecters we finally found the one and it works great
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