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I’ve dropped in 2000 VT commodore v6 3.8L ecotec motor. Into a 1996 Hilux solid axle which had the 22r 2.4L petrol motor. I bought marks 4wd wiring harness. But does not include tacho kit. I have a saas tacho gauge I can use if I can’t use genuine. Just wondering if it is possible to wire up or do I need to buy marks 4wd tacho kit for it to work? If so where do I tap into the signal wire? And do I need to use a special negative or can I use any negative? Can someone please help me. Thanks
Hi, I just bought a 2000 Toyota Celica ZR, and noticed that it has a bouncy tacho, the previous owner installed a shift light which may have something to do with it, I have taken out the shift light but the problem is still there. What else can cause a bouncy tacho and what can I do to fix it. Thanks.
DOING my head in. I have had a 92 sedan and now the 91 wagon do exactly the same thing! Yet my 88 sedan manual I have owned for over 20yrs has NEVER done it. Nor a 89 wagon also series one auto I had prior to these later models. The problem is VERY specific to certain things. 1. ONLY at operating temp (middle of guage) 2. ONLY on deceleration (touch the gas or the brake it stops) 3. ONLY at Speed range 60km to 50kmph or 1000 rpm or less. Its a surge, and its lunges the car back and forth. Both are autos. SO its something they added /changed in the series twos . 1990 - 1992 I will try to attach a video if allowed. We have changed only the coolant temp sensor and cleaned the throttle body. has anyone else had this and fixed it? Two camrys both doing it a coincidence ? I think its more common..and hope someone has the answer. Thanks so much in advance. VIDEO0522.mp4