Question about 1990 Honda Pacific Coast
Most probably the tachometer cable is the cause of the problem. It could be broken, rusted or corroded, loose at either end, or some other problem with-in the tachometer.
Make sure the wire connections are clean and free of corrosion, or the unit is shot. pop it out and check the connections, just follow the wires
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