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  • universal tachometer

    hi,
    I find universal tachometer for outboard engines and i want connect on my johnson 130,2000year,i have 3 wire,ground,+12v,and wire G-generator,where connect this wire on my engine
    thanks


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    Re: universal tachometer

    There should be I for ignition + (purple), G for ground - (black), S for sender (gray).
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    • #3
      Re: universal tachometer

      hi
      yes,but how connect sender on engine?where?
      thanks

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      • #4
        Re: universal tachometer

        There is no sender to attach to the engine. It operates of pulses from the alternator. Just find the gray wire coming from the engine (Usually at the terminal board in the engine compartment) and hook it to the send terminal on the Tachometer....
        Rick

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          Re: universal tachometer

          If you have side mount throttle/shift controls, there is a three pin connector just under the ignition key. You need the tachometer harness which is available from a dealer, here on iboats, or you can make your own if you have some electrical skills.

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