Question about 1995 Chrysler LeBaron
With any amount of luck it will just be the cable on the back of your gauge cluster. Pull your cluster and look for any loose wires running into the back. If after making sure all of your wires are snug back there you still aren't working...start at your ignition coil. The black and grey wire that plugs in there is your tach wire. You'll need to follow the rabbit down the rabbit hole and make sure it isn't broken anywhere or part of a split connector in the harness (the reason mine doesn't always function). Hope it helps...good luck!
Posted on Mar 12, 2012
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