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Hooking pickup wire for tach gmc sonoma 2.2 distributorless ign

Wire to neg side coil does not work reads 1000 rpm at 2000 rpm

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    it is set to 4 cyl still dosn't work this is a dis system two coils no distributor

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The tach should have a switch on the back for different amount of cylinders

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