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Old 12-25-2010, 11:07 PM
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adding a factory tachometer with the 94-97 model Ram's. There's 3 leads for the tach and 2 of those leads go to a small 5 pin female plug on the back of the cluster. When I installed the premium cluster, all the guages work...except for the tach. So I removed the cluster and tried to locate this 5 pin connector. No such luck finding it. This 5 pin connector also power a few cluster lights.

Had any of you had luck finding this plug? I just about gave up and re-installed my standard cluster.
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