"for tach mode connect the black with white stripe wire from the 18 pin harness to the negative side of the coil or the tach wire at the coil pack under the hood. to find the coil pack follow the spark plug wires back to the termination point."
where the hell is this wire in my 94 stealth rt?
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there are 3 harnesses that plug into the ecu. the ecu is behind the radio but dissassemble the left sife of the center console to access it. look at the three fat harneeses that go into it. the center harness which is the smallest will have only 1 white wire coming out of it. this is the tach wire.
look at all your injector harnesses there will be two wires at each injector, on each injector harness one of the colors will be the same on all injectors, the other colored wire that is different is always a tach signal. i install 3-4 of these a day.
so on my fuel rail, on my injecters, where those two wires are one if them is (lets say black) on all of them, and the others will be red, green, blue, yattta yatta yatta, just smash my tach sensing wire on any one of those OTHER colored ones? set my remote start for tach mode. and im off and running?
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