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Old 01-13-2010, 08:58 AM   #1
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'99 Ranger tach install

hey i gotta 2000 X Sport


ive got a buddy whos got a 1999 ranger with a 3.0 5 speed. the truck came stock without a tachometer. he bought one to install and is having problems. it mounted up fine but the wiring has been a pain. does anyone know what is a hot wire that only has power when the truck is running (NOT WHEN THE KEY IS IN THE ON POSITION) if anyone could tell me where and wat color the wire would be would be most helpful
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