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Nissan Cube, Cannot Find Coil Negative

I Need To Find The Coil - On A Nissan Cube So I Can Install My Tacho, I Have It Hooked Into The Plug That Connects To The Dizzy but After The Car Warms Up The Tacho Stops Working, It Sometimes Spikes and flciks before it stops, Where Can I Find A Wiring Diagram Or Does ANyone Know Where The Coil - Is??All help Appreatiated!It Is not A Pulsar, Its a 1998 Nissan Cube With A CG13 Engine

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  • Ricky Taylor Apr 15, 2009

    Hi, Umm There Is a 6 Wire Plug That Plugs Into The Dizzy, I Have It On a red one i think, what do you mean #1 wire?

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Www.autozone.com has free online repair manual and is free to register Just follow the plug wire. What plug wire did you have it on? Should have it on #1 cylinder wire.

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