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Old 03-29-2004, 03:21 PM   #11  
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thanks for the advice guys......



i am not driving the car with a dead battery....i have been driving my truck to work. kinda wierd my battery is crapped out though, its an optima red top......its the second time its died on me....the first time it died was my fault (left my lights on) .....but i understand what you are getting at....



it just wierd that all this stuff happend after i did my TB mod and omp removal......



well all the stock guages in my car are crap..thats why i use all defi link guages......but they dont offer a volt meter......i neet to buy one
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Old 03-29-2004, 03:41 PM   #12  
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mmmmmmmmm defi, so so nice.
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hey you are number one too buddy!!!! [img]https://www.nopistons.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/*******.gif[/img]



im kidding
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Fre's finger, eh?
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Hows the battery cables?
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Just kidding I love the gauges too
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im gonna replace the battery cables and the power wire that goes to the alternator post.......but before i tear into my harness , where do those wires go to?
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You should get an FSM. Its the best purchase I have made in a long time..

I rewired my charging setup when I moved my battery to the back of my car. I just have a wire running from my fusebox to my alternator post, alternator post to battery, and battery to + on starter.
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Old 03-29-2004, 09:38 PM   #20  
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none of my gauges except the temp gauge on the left side work on my T2. what can this be? any fuses to check? speedo and tach work fine.
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