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qbanprepster21 Feb 24, 3:01am - #110415 
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Rather then just tapping the cable into a 12v source, cant you just tap it directly from the + side of the batter, and then running it throught the firewall into your gauge??

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trog2233 Feb 24, 3:02am - #110416 

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yes, it's just easier taping into something in the interior, so you don't have that wire running to the engine. grin

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qbanprepster21 Feb 24, 3:06am - #110418 
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cool, thanks!!

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Eyger Feb 24, 3:36am - #110419 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
yes, it's just easier taping into something in the interior, so you don't have that wire running to the engine. grin


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