- Can be mounted on a flat surface or steering column (clamp required for steering column mounting)
- 270-degree sweep
- Works with 2, 3, and 4 PPR (Pulses Per Revolution) signal inputs from a standard ignition coil (older 4, 6, and 8 cylinder vehicles)
- Works with 5 Volt and 12 Volt signal input from ECUs (Electronic Control Units), ignition controls, and tachometer adapters
- White LED through dial lighting and illuminated pointer for easy viewing at night
- (1) Pedestal mount base
- (1) Mounting base to tachometer body machine screw: 4mm-0.7 x 1.1875 in. long with phillips pan head
- (1) Mounting base to tachometer body Nut: 4mm-0.7
- (3) Mounting base metal screws: # 8 x 1/2 in. long with tapered phillps head
- (1) Plastic wire tubing: .250 in. I.D. x 4.250 in. long
- (1) Installation Instructions
Will this work on my 1987 GMC Sierra Classic with the 5.7? It has the electronic Ignition with the divorced Coil.
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