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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-20-2013, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
 
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Bought new RPM gauge Need some Help!

Hey Guys,

I have bought a new Auto Meter RPM gauge so I can get an accurate reading after the Turbo install..... I know some of these wires will be abandoned, due to the dummy lights are not needed... Just don't know what wires go where..

Usually I can figure all this stuff out, but I did not want to burn something up guessing what wires to use and what wire is what. LOL


Can anybody help please.... Here the pics of the back of the Gauge and the Original wires that come from the connector that plugs into the old stock gauge.....

Thanks in advance.....
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Hey Guys,

I have bought a new Auto Meter RPM gauge so I can get an accurate reading after the Turbo install..... I know some of these wires will be abandoned, due to the dummy lights are not needed... Just don't know what wires go where..

Usually I can figure all this stuff out, but I did not want to burn something up guessing what wires to use and what wire is what. LOL


Can anybody help please.... Here the pics of the back of the Gauge and the Original wires that come from the connector that plugs into the old stock gauge.....

Thanks in advance.....
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Hey Guys,

I have bought a new Auto Meter RPM gauge so I can get an accurate reading after the Turbo install..... I know some of these wires will be abandoned, due to the dummy lights are not needed... Just don't know what wires go where..

Usually I can figure all this stuff out, but I did not want to burn something up guessing what wires to use and what wire is what. LOL


Can anybody help please.... Here the pics of the back of the Gauge and the Original wires that come from the connector that plugs into the old stock gauge.....

Thanks in advance.....
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-20-2013, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Bought new RPM gauge Need some Help!

Thanks Pilot.... That is exactly what I needed..... Headed to the Shop !


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