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CrimsonCelica04
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CrimsonCelica04
2000 Red Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Jul 30, 6:58pm - #236923 
Shift Light

Does anyone know where i have to install the shift light. i dont know were the tach termanal is to plug that in and i also dont know where to tap into the ignition wire. i have it completly instaled but dont know were to connect any of the wires.

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fraugts
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2003 Toyota Celica GTS

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Jul 30, 11:14pm - #236924 
here you go...(it will work with both the little and big shift-lite from Autometer)

http://www.newc elica.org/other/installs/shiftlight/index.htm

read from point #7 since you have everything installed already.

Advice: Do not run the green wire from your shift-lite to the "brown with a white stripe" wire directly on the ecu. Instead, locate that same wire on the back of your stock tach gauge (take out the gauges panel, its easy).

Hope it helps...I have the 8k rpm pill on my GTS, it works great.

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