rpm gauge

Discussion in '1993 - 1997 Ford Ranger' started by camshaft27, Nov 9, 2009.

  1. camshaft27

    camshaft27 New Member

    Wat is the easiest way to wire up a rpm gauge on a 94 ford ranger 5spd
    Last edited: Nov 9, 2009
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  3. korny351

    korny351 Givin' Ford another try

    Easiest way to add a tach to your Ranger would be to get an instrument cluster from a junkyard Ranger of the same vintage with the full instrumentation. Should be just plug and play. '93s and '94s seem to be somewhat proprietary. Clusters from other years won't quite match up in all functions. I've got one from a '92 I believe and I don't have the seat belt light or parking brake indicator. Some Explorer clusters will also work but will have the wrong redline marked. Also some of the Explorer clusters are marked for use only on the V8. Another source would be Ebay. I think my cluster was about $45.
  4. OP

    camshaft27 New Member

    I bought a tach from autozone. it says to wire it up to the ignition control module, i looked in my haynes manual to locate it but i dont really understand the wiring diagram.

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