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Old 07-07-2012, 11:18 PM
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Default Window switch tach wire/hook up location?

For people that have done a nitrous install: I'm doing a Zex window switch that requires tapping a tach wire for the switch to take the RPM settings. Can anyone tell me what wire, and where, I can tap into to get this signal? I was hoping for something not part of the cluster, there must be a connection point in the engine bay like the crank speed sensor or something, any ideas?
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