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supermatt
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Dec 2, 7:24pm - #8435 
Question on Reverse Indiglo Install

I just ordered my AC reverse indiglo from you guys. I was expecting a switch, but it has a touch key. I was just wondering if you have any suggestions for installing it so that its not just a tab sticking out of the plastic. Also just wonderin if im missin anything, on the site it says it includes a remote-mount switch to control the colors, is that what the touch key is or am i missing something?

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Dec 4, 10:47am - #8436 
matt,

yes, the plastic tab is the module to change colors. if you look on the left of the steering wheel, you'll notice the lil knob to adjust the brightness of the stock gauges. below and to the right of that you'll find 3 empty slots. what i did was pop one of them out and mounted it on there and shoved it back in so that all you see is a tab on there and the wiring is all behind it, inside the dash. hope i've helped.

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Dec 4, 10:57am - #8437 
u did, thanks a lot

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Dec 5, 9:52am - #8438 
Yeah, I did the same thing that Eugic did. Its a clean setup if you do it that way.

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Dec 5, 12:43pm - #8439 
on my indiglo gauges, the touch pad had a sticky side. i just peeled off the protective seal then stuck it to my empty slot. i didnt have to take off the slot because the pad has to stick to something. i ran the wire thru the bottom crack of it. looks nice!

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Dec 5, 3:44pm - #8440 
thanks for the ideas, any1 got pics?

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Dec 5, 4:08pm - #8441 
here are some pix, you can't really see them because they are both bad shots but it's the best i can do...

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Dec 5, 4:58pm - #8442 
thanks for the pics eugic, looks great

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