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|Rob||my tractor meter (big gauge in center of dash) cable is missing from previous owner being a total idiot. All the wires are bad too and tractor was sloppily re wired and now I must do it the right way now but anyway the cable is missing and I need to no where on the tractor the cable hooks up so when i get a new one so that i no where to connect it and also why does gas pour ot the air cleanerv hookup if i leave the fuel valve on with the motor off the carb has a fresh rebuild too.
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The cable that comes from the back of the tach connects to the rear of the generator/alternator (provided it hasn't been changed out). The shaft in the gen/alt has a threaded hole in the rear end of it.
My TO35 had the tach (inoperative) but no cable. My generator had a little cover on the rear end of it. Once I removed it, I was able to screw the new tach cable in.
BTW, had the tach re-built (wanted to keep it original) for around $250.