1992 Toyota Corolla • 1.6L 2WD Manual • 200,000 miles

I have a 1992 Toyota Corolla GLi with Engine 4AFE

totality of the car is good its just the stock tachometer or RPM not working. I needed the tachometer to monitor majority of my cars performance.

I don't know where to begin or how to end this problem. Please don't give Ideas like replace the whole console, put another TAch or replace the whole car.

can anyone help me on this... I've got a few knowledge in car electrical
July 16, 2014.

First thing you need to to check is if the distributor is providing the signal to the tachometer.
If it is, then you need to check the continuity to the tachometer and if continuity is good and you are getting a pulse while engine is running, most probably you need a new tachometer.

Jul 17, 2014.