What is a Tachometer: How Your Engine Benefits from It?

Your tachometer helps you recognise when your car's engine is working too hard

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You’ve heard the ole addage from your mechanic I am sure, high RPMs can harm your engine over time. So how do you measure your ICE engine’s RPM?

This is where your driver cluster comes in – in particular the, tachometer.

What is a tachometer?

A tachometer is a device used to measure the rotational speed of an engine’s crankshaft. It is an important instrument to drivers, as it allows them to monitor the engine’s speed and adjust it accordingly.

Why is a tachometer super important for my engine?

By monitoring the engine’s speed, drivers can make sure that the engine is running at the most efficient RPM for the current driving conditions, which helps to maximize fuel efficiency and minimize wear and tear on the engine.

A tachometer allows drivers to identify when the engine is running too fast, which can indicate a problem with the engine that needs to be addressed.