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tach light issue

Hey guys new to corral and need help
Ok so when I bought my 86 it came with a autometer tach and light so recently ive decided to hook it up after I did tach works but as soon as I plug the light to the tach the shift light stays on constantly all the wiring was there from previous owner only thing that I thought was odd was the red wire was hooked up to the wiper motor normally its hooked up to the ignition from what I've read. Could the light be damaged ?


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