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Where do i hook the signal wire for a tachometer in my 98 s10

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It should attatch to a terminal on the back of the Alternator. This will be easy enough if it is a one-wire alternator, otherwise, look for an engraved diagram. I'm not too familiar with '98 S-10s, so if it has two pickup wires, it goes acrost the coil.

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