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My 1997 nissan pathfinder tachometer goes to max revolutions indications when I start the engine. However, the engine is running under normal revolutions. What may be the problem

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It sounds like, assuming your tachometer runs off the alternator or coil, your tach is merely going on the fritz. However, if it goes through the computer, your computer may be acting a little screwy, and might warrant being OBD tested.

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