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B Body tach install and power antenna removal ??


I'm installing a tach in my 1981 Parisienne and am curious if anyone knows of a tach signal source inside the car, fuse box??

The HEI has a tach lead that goes to the underhood orange diagnostic port so I'm hoping it might also pass through the firewall someplace.

Online wiring diagrams and fuse box images haven't been much help, old eyes can't see under the dash and my big body cant fit!!

Car has A/C so the under dash is very cluttered!!

 

Also, any tips on removing the factory power antenna complete, remove inner wheel house, secret access panel???

Along with not working, it seems to be promoting visible rust on the outside of the fender, so I'm thinking the antenna must attach to the fender??

Any input is appreciated!!

Thanks

Randy

 

 



-- Edited by GLHS60 on Sunday 27th of March 2016 01:50:42 PM

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1981 Parisienne 400



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I can likely find you an antenna picture in the parts book. I am pretty sure there is a brace near the bottom of the tube. As far as access, I was in a Pontiac dealership in those days and I seem to recall the guys dropping the inner fender, yes. We did lots of warranty work on those.

For the tach, I can't help I'm afraid. I'll look to see if I might have a service manual for it.

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Appreciate the reply!!!

Thanks
Randy

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This is what's buried in there-

antenna.jpg

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