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1995 850 Tach 850

Spoke too soon. It's back to being touchy again. Although working more frequently than it did. I'll see about checking that connection from the cam position sensor. I have heard that the ABS system can mess with it, too, but I don't know that for sure.
In the event that the tach itself needs replacing, is it fairly easy to do? I know that getting the cluster out isn't a big deal, but not sure about replacing the actual gauges individually. The clock drifts pretty severely, too, so I'm thinking about picking up a cluster from a junkyard and swapping out both the clock and the tach. Thoughts?
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'64 PVMoneypit, '95 850; R.I.P. '78 244, '81 244, '83 244, '84 244, '93 945 Turbo






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