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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-06-2001, 08:32 AM Thread Starter
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Sunpro Mini-Tach wiring question

I have a Sunpro Mini Tach I got out of one of my old Scouts. It had black, white, red, and green wires, and I don't know what they go to. It was dark and the Scout was a rat's nest, so I don't have a good idea as to what wires went where (the red one was spliced into a splice that was already spliced into something else, sue me, I was young and stupid).

Can anyone help me out with the wiring schematic?

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Re: Sunpro Mini-Tach wiring question

Maybe this will help. Found it when I was looking. Had a diagram. Try to find it.Jim

I'm looking at a brand new one that I'm putting in my Jeep.The black wire is the ground,the white wire is for the illumination(light),the red wire is the power wire(hook this up to a source thats only hot when the motor is running),and the green wire goes to the distributor side of the coil(the - side).

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Re: Sunpro Mini-Tach wiring question

Red: 12v+
Black: ground
White: illumination
Green: tach terminal on dist.


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Re: Sunpro Mini-Tach wiring question

Found it. Click on which one you have and it will bring up the pdf user manual. Jim
http://www.sunpro.com/cgi-bin/web_st...=2155151_20485
Did you get the pic I sent you?

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Re: Sunpro Mini-Tach wiring question

No, I didn't, but I did get the manual, thanks.

Thanks to everyone, that was exactly what I needed.

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Re: Sunpro Mini-Tach wiring question

I resent it. Jim

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