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02KaminariGT
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Dec 24, 5:20pm - #72927 
HELP WITH WIRING/INSTALL FOR S7 RACE GAUGES

Got AC Autotechnic S7 race gauges thumbsup thumbsup to go with my S7 EL-gagues thumbsup thumbsup for my dual gauge pod, I got a few questions on installing them.
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1. Whats the best way to mount the dual gauge pod(screw,glue, or 3M tape)?
2. Where do I wire the pod gagues to for them to work/read properly?
My Air/Fuel gauge on back order for 2 weeks.
Any pics would help alot!!!
Thanks!!!

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Dec 24, 5:23pm - #72928 
There are so many ways to connect the volt meter, just dont connect eveything to the cig lighter. You;ll have issues down the road. Follow the install guide in the install secion to get the main gauges working off the parking lights.

If you do a search you could find the info needed about the air/fuel gauge.

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