<VV> Tach Fix

frankcb at aol.com frankcb at aol.com
Sun May 7 14:54:55 EDT 2017

Brian, if disconnecting the wire(s) at the back of the tach doesn't cause the tach needle to return to zero, then your problem is most likely an internal MECHANICAL one restricting movement of the tach needle.

Frank Burkhard

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Subject: <VV> Tach Fix

Any tricks to getting a tach to go to zero when the engine is shut of? It stops at 2,000 RPM.
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