Curtis, no one is more frustrated than I. Did you see JeffatTireballs' replies? He's using a Dakota Digital interface that is NOT supposed to work with the Hall Effect sensor (according to Dakota Digital). Yesterday I spent two hours muscling the alternator out of the Raider, then took it to an old-timer in the Maine woods who is going to install a W terminal so I can pick up a tach signal (I hope) from there. But for the life of me I don't know why the instructions you gave me don't work. We put a multimeter to the lead wire from the Hall Effect sensor and got 1.5 volts, so it's putting out. But not one of the three tachs I have on hand (2 gas and 1 diesel) budged when we put the wire to it. That leaves just one question: WHEN ARE YOU COMING TO MAINE?
-------------------- 1987 Dodge Raider converted to 4D56T
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