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R P M NOT WORKING

MY R P M NEADDLE IS NOT WORKING RIGHT ITS READING ON THE NUMBER 6 WHEN I DRIVE AND WHEN I DRIVE IT MOVE TO THE 8 IS THERE A CABLE I NEED TO TO CHANGE OUT ... ITS DOSE WORK WHE I GIVE IT GAS

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It probably needs changing

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