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My Mach came with the standard guages. I just bought a tach dash and don't have a wiring harness for it. I saw an article in a magazine on how to wire a 68 factory tach without the factory tach wiring. Can this be done on a 69 without much difficulty?

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I'm doing it in my '72 w/o the harness, using wiring schematics and VMF; I'm mostly running new wire to gauges and sending units... I figure it could be done on a '69 if you take your time, make sure to test wires w/ a multimeter to before, my shop guides and shchematics haven't been 100% perfect.

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Check out this url: http://www.boss302.com/tach.htm
It will tell you all you need to know. I have been wanting to do this for a long time but haven't been able to pick up a tach cluster at a reasonable price yet.

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