Cluster Work.

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Update by Per Schroeder to the Saab 99 project car
May 3, 2007

The Saab wasn’t originally equipped with a tachometer, as that was only available on the sportier EMS versions. The previous owner, Luke Sorensen, just happened to have the EMS cluster that he threw into the deal. We started the installation this morning.

The tachometer takes the place of the large clock in the right portion of the cluster. The clock is now smaller and inset in the bottom of the tach.

Our only problem has been trying to reconnect the speedometer, as there isn’t a lot of slack in the cable.

The wiring was pretty simple, there was already a ground wire for the clock back behind the cluster and we used a local brown (switched positive) wire to hook into. We just had to run one new wire from the coil negative (terminal 1) into the dashboard area.

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