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I bought an aftermarket tach for my 1998 civichx 5 sp how do i know which wire to connect for my rpms i was told it was a blue wire behind the speedometer but there are three and i dont know which one

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Heres a wiring diagram of the cluster, the connectors are all labeled you will need to remove the cluster and take a good look at the connectors there will be an A, B, C, D, E, and F markings, you are looking for E-8 a blue wire,, E is the connector and 8 is slot location. hope this helps, good day.i bought an aftermarket tach - johnjohn2_98.gif

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