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I resently purchased a used Faria tachometer. The white RPM needle moves freely but it starts at 2000 RPMs instead of at 0 where it should. When I hook it to the coil (using jumper wires since it's not installed) it seems to give the correct RPM reading once the engine gets over 2000 RPMS but then goes back to 2000 when I idle down. Does anyone out there know how I can zero out the needle or do I need to send it for repair? Thanks for any help you can offer! Jim:wavey
 
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