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Auto Gauge boost gauge. How to wire up correctly!!!!

rogers273

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May 29, 2014
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I've recently followed this guide to fit my glowshift gauge, everything's perfect, apart from electrical side, I connected to the switched and unswitched, my gauge lights up when I select the colour I want it isn't saving? I tried switching the two live cables and my gauge then becomes always illuminated? Even when locked? And doesn't dim when I put my lights on? Anyone know the problem?
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hombre_paulo

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Jan 12, 2013
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As I have the pin removal tool for electrical connectors I was planning on using a new pin and connecting the new wires that way - but for the life of me cannot find where to buy new pins
 

Bigjohn84

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May 5, 2015
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Haha yeh think halfords does them, I was gonna do it that way, I took 3 way wire from a plug and solders my guage wire to that, that I had the pin on the end of the wire from the plug wire then just pushed it unto the connector
 

Dlp1984

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Mar 3, 2013
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Sidcup
Sorry to revive an old post, but I've been reading through and my digital boost gauge doesn't have a yellow wire. I've wired the black to brown and red to grey/blue. The gauge
turns on when ignition is on, but off when car is on.

Do I need to bridge the grey/blue over to the fat red wire or is that a bad idea?


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Bigjohn84

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May 5, 2015
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This is what I done. I never cut into any wires I just pushed them in to the block



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Dlp1984

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Mar 3, 2013
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Sidcup
Problem I'm having is my green and white wire said it was mean to go to the module controller that came with my gauge, this is the instructions I have

But I'm starting to wonder if the green and white wire go together and then need to be taken to a permanent live




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