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5000 Tach Cable

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Jon Blue

09-01-1999 05:28:28

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The Tach Cable On My 5000 Was Missing,So I Went To The NH Dealer And Got A New One.The Problem Is I Don't Know where It Connects To.There Is A Place Where It Can Screw On On The Genarator & On The Injector Pump.Will It Work In Ether Place.I First Hooked It To The Injector Pump But It Would Not Turn The cable.The Drive Gear Must Be Striped.Next I Hooked It To The Genarator & It Worked But The RPMs Seamed A Little High(1300rpm AT Idle).Shpuld I Fix The Injector Pump Gear And Hook It There.
Thanks For any Help That You Can Give Me JON

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09-01-1999 22:51:01

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 Re: 5000 Tach Cable in reply to Jon Blue, 09-01-1999 05:28:28  
Jon, the tach cable on a 5000 is meant to attach to the back of the generator. Only the 7000 tractors drive off the injection pump, and then only with a right angle adapter.

If the tach seems too fast, then your generator has the wrong size pulley on it (long shot), or your tach is just plain out of calibration (more likely).

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