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Old 11-21-2004, 12:42 PM
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what wire do i need to cut to put a tach in my 92 ranger?
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with a 2.3
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yeah I dont know either, brown/tan with a yellow line I think
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I have a 92 2.3 L Ranger too and i spliced the tach wire into the black/yellow wire coming from the bottom plug on the DIS module which i think is between the intake and the brake booster.
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