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The tach will rea doff the coil post. It should have isntructions for this.

You can't use the stock sender with a gauge. The stock sender is just an on-off switch. The new electric gauge will come with the proper sender. It goes in the same hole as the stock on-off sender. BUT, it's a lot bigger. It won;t fit in that tight space. You can't just screw it into the hole; you'll need an extension piece. You can use the sotck Ford piece, which I don't like. Or you can make your own.

 

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I probably shouldn't admit this. But I used the T fitting because I had it lying around. It was free and it worked. Then later I needed to clear a crank case vacuum pump, so I added the 45* fitting.
 
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