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    TACH ADJUSTMENT

    SkipSkip Member Posts: 3
    MY TACH DOES NOT READ CORRECTLY.  CAN THIS BE ADJUSTED ?  YAMAHA 225 (4) STROKE ON SD 217

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    • Ernest TErnest T Member, Moderator Posts: 268 ✭✭✭
      The tach input comes directly from the ECU on the Yamaha engine.  Either you have a faulty gauge (most likely), or you will need to have the engine checked out by a mechanic.

      I'd bet that the problem is the gauge and not the engine.  It may be as simple as replacing the gauge.
      2010 Hurricane 2100 (217) Sun Deck
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    • nhawnnhawn Member Posts: 2

      I have the same problem...  When the ignition is turned on, the tach doesn't move.

      Its dead set on 1

      Its a 2004 Sundeck w/ 225 Yamaha. This just happened this year.   So you think this is a bad tachometer?   If so what would you replace it with?

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