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2000 s-10 pickup 2.2 ltr

Can you tell me if the truck is pre wired for a tach

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As far as i know all of the 97 s-10 came with these unless it is an automatic, they dont have thre prewiring for the tach but you can get a signal interceptor that goes beween the computer harness and the computer that will pick up the crank sensor's signal and send it to an aftermarket tach

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