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Old 02-24-2017, 11:36 AM   #1
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The Revcounter on my 1998 Trans Am is nor working. I have changed the instrument panel and its still not working. Im guessing its a wiring issue. I know its a white wire from the ECU which I believe runs through C230 connector. Does anyone know where this connector is located?
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The Revcounter on my 1998 Trans Am is nor working. I have changed the instrument panel and its still not working. Im guessing its a wiring issue. I know its a white wire from the ECU which I believe runs through C230 connector. Does anyone know where this connector is located?
I guess nobody knows, I will continue removing stuff till I find it.
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