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Old 05-01-2005, 10:34 PM   #1
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The shift light will flash when you turn the key on, so I know it should work. The problem is that no matter which rpm pill I put in it, the light will not flash. I was told to tap into the whit wire on the black pcm plug. Is this right? What else can I try??? Help.
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Old 05-02-2005, 03:03 AM   #2
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Wish i could help but, for what i remember its not the white wier
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unbolt the PCM and look for white wire #13 on the RED connector
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Thanks man, I'll give try that tonight.
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I do not have an Autometer light but rather an MSD so I realize different companies are gonna have different schematics for their products. But for comparison: my light's RPM input wire goes to the coil's negative terminal for signal. If you have an MSD ignition, it will have a tach output connector on it.
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