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Sik_Wit_It
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Sik_Wit_It Aug 20, 3:16am - #37475 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

Joined: Aug 2003
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South Bend, Indiana
Gauges

I found a lot easier way to wire gauges. I have the S7 AC autotechnic gauges. If you just run the wires through the dash down into the cig lighter there is a clip that disconnects, not the big one but the single clip, take it out, put the wire in the clip and clip it back. Now there is a ground source right there on the lighter so i hooked it to that and I put it all back and that's it,then i placed the switch/dimmer under my dash. It's a lot easier to do this then to run them through the firewall and to hook them to the parking light. I didn't even have wire extensions and completed these with ease, trust me this is soooooo much easier. thumbsup
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VSGTS14 Aug 20, 3:21am - #37476 

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2005 Subaru WRX STi

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Milford, NJ
a mechanic wired mine into a connector plug not being used that is supposed to be connected to an option I did not have...
this connector was for something with illumination display...so my Blitz lighing is plugged into it along with my AC gauges...worked out well...and he tucked the module and color thing somewhere out of the way since I don't use it... grin grin grin grin grin

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