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Finding tacho pulse wire. I own a 1992 Toyota Corolla which has a 1600cc fuel injected motor with electronic ignition. As a base model my car does not have a tacho and so buying a digital tacho I need to know how to find tacho pulse wire coming out from electronic ignition module.

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SOURCE: where can I attach the green pulse wire of a after market digital tachometer to my 1992 toyota corolla's electronic ignition

Green: goes to the negative side of the ignition coil or the tach output terminal of your OBD-I port

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