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Old 09-10-2005, 03:03 PM   #1
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tachometer not reading right

My tach on my ZX750R (1995) is only going up to like 3000 rpm's but the engine sounds like it is higher, so I shift. Anybody ever have a problem with the tach not reading right. Then sometimes I'll get up to 60 mph and the tach will be at 4 or 5000 rpm's, but reads lower at lower speeds. Also the temperature gauge rarely gets over the lowest reading, but the fan still comes on. Any ideas?
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Re: tachometer not reading right

electrical probs! charging system may be going out.. check your battery first.. may need to be replaced...
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