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Dec 13, 6:21pm - #350489 
parking light switch

Alright everyone, I was really trying to avoid posting this, but I've been searching for a couple hours now and can't find what I need. I just got my S7 Gauges in, and the directions that came with them really suck. It says to connect the black wire to a ground location and connect the red wire to the parking light switch. Well grounding is easy, but where is the parking light switch? Tanks for the help.


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Dec 13, 6:57pm - #350490 
Nevermind everyone...I found it


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