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Im hookin up an aftermarket tach in my 90 civic and i got it all working except for the green wire doesnt seem to get signal? i had it hooked to the blue wire on the distributor but needle jsut jumped everywhere on the tach ive read i can hook it up behind my stock gauges where a stock tach is optional what will work?

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