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Temp gauge question

Old 10-01-2006, 08:02 PM
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any write up on how to hook up the temp gauge..? i have an idea but im not sure
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hook it up to what?



stock to its stock sender?

aftermarket to stock sender?

aftermarket to tapped sender in the water pump/radiator hose?
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aftermarket to stock sender
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Originally Posted by rootbeerdragon' post='839769' date='Oct 5 2006, 05:17 PM

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I am interested in this, I would like a digital temp gauge, and a digital oil pressure gauge also.
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Well assuming it's the proper resistance value you have to run a power to the light, a ground to the light, a power to the gauge, ground to the gauge, and a wire from the sender to the gauge.



Pretty freaking simple.
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