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How do you go about adding an aftermarket tachometer to a vehicle that didn't come with one? Once again it's with my '94 Century with the 3100. I read that you can't simply just swap the dash panel with one from a Century that had a tach.
 

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How do you go about adding an aftermarket tachometer to a vehicle that didn't come with one? Once again it's with my '94 Century with the 3100. I read that you can't simply just swap the dash panel with one from a Century that had a tach.


Really??? In that year range I can't see where that would matter...


IMO, I didn't think the Century had that even for an option in it's last generation...
 

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Really??? In that year range I can't see where that would matter...


IMO, I didn't think the Century had that even for an option in it's last generation...
Well, at least on the A-body board, it can't be done on a Ciera unless you do a little wiring and change the temp and oil pressure sensors. I'm assuming it's the same for the Century but I couldn't find a clear answer...I guess I could find one cheap and try it though I'd have to deal with the odometer...seems like there's a wire SOMEWHERE to hook up a tach to
 

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Well, at least on the A-body board, it can't be done on a Ciera unless you do a little wiring and change the temp and oil pressure sensors. I'm assuming it's the same for the Century but I couldn't find a clear answer...I guess I could find one cheap and try it though I'd have to deal with the odometer...seems like there's a wire SOMEWHERE to hook up a tach to
This is screaming U-pull grab the entire dash and all the little wires behind it and any kinds of sensors and such you can find for $20 job ;)



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