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celica209
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celica209 Mar 5, 8:15am - #117037 

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air/fuel gauge

does anyone here know how to hook up an air/fuel gauge meter?? and also know any other 12 volt wires besides the ignition that i can tap into for a voltmeter??
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Eyger
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Eyger Mar 5, 8:21am - #117038 

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Knowing the path and choosing the path are two different things.
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celica209
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celica209 Mar 5, 8:43am - #117039 

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thanks man that did the trick! thumbsup
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hombredelassrtas
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hombredelassrtas Oct 30, 6:41pm - #117040 

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try tapping into the cig lighter . woudl that owrk??

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Rave669
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Rave669 Oct 30, 11:26pm - #117041 

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yes, just don't overdo it with connections to the cig lighter or you can overload the circuit. no more than three accessories should be tapped into the lighter (two if you actually use the cig lighter to light cigarettes), and be sure to use fuses for added safety.

also, for the lighting, you can tap the green lamp wire next to the cig lighter if you wish, it only comes on when the lights are switched on.

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YBLEGAL
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YBLEGAL Nov 2, 5:48am - #117042 

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lightning?
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