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  1. Here are the Instructions from SpeedHut Tach. The issues I'm having is I lost power to the ignition. I have lights, blinkers, and the car will turn over but there is no ignition power. The issue I'm trying to figure out it how to complete the circuit loop that I seemed to have "broke" by removing the original Tach if that makes sense. I believe I need to connect the two wires on the other end of these two white wires (ones with a red band and one with a black band). Does this sound correct? Of course, I'll need to remove my dash again to get access to the original stock tach p
  2. Hello, I have a '70 240z that I upgraded all my gauges on. I heard I needed to connect 2 of the 4 wires that feed the Tach together to make sure I complete the circuit when I replace it with a new (SpeedHut) gauge. Does anyone have experience with this and can help identify what two wires in the wire harness I need to splice together? Thanks,
  3. Hello, I have a '70 240z that I upgraded all my gauges on. I heard I needed to connect 2 of the 4 wires that feed the Tach together to make sure I complete the circuit when I replace it with a new (Speed Hut) gauge. Does anyone have experience with this and can help identify what two wires in the wire harness I need to splice together? Thanks,
  4. I think the best option here is to go on ebay and find a non working tail light assembly you can cut up.
  5. Has Anyone Ever Created a 240Z Interior Screw, Bolt, Nut list with thread type, size, etc.. ? Specifically the Dashboard and Heater Panel area
  6. Searched round and did not find anything on Speed Hut Gauge conversion for a 1970 240z. Can someone reccommend a good write up on this please? Thanks,
  7. Just finishing up my Stage 4 Engine and Engine Bay Restoration from Datsun Spirit in Virginia. Lots of engineering in the engine but only using L-Series components. However, using modern electronics and ignition for reliability and performance. Kameari Headers and Exhaust. R200 Diff, T3 Coilovers, Disc Brake Upgrades (Nissan parts). 300ZX Half Shafts, triple 44 Mikuni's, etc
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