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Old 03-13-2004, 04:27 PM   #1
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Installing Gauge Question

can anybody help me out on installing an APC Voltmeter gauge????? if you need anymore info on what the gauge has..........just ask and i will give it to you!!!!!

thanks in advance!!!!!


 
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Old 03-13-2004, 06:07 PM   #2
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Do you need help mounting it or wireing it?
A voltage gauge is really straight forword to install what could you possibly need help on?
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yea, the voltmeter is the easiest one to install.

you hook the power up to the light and one of the gold prongs in the back, should say P... and ground the N gold prong
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i just don't understand how to wire it up because there is an inverter with it and there is a red, white, and 2 black wires coming off of that.
 
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the red is the power button for the back lighting.. - connect this wire to the fuse that runs your parking lights.

ground both blacks,

and the white one you want it connected to another fuse.. i used power window fuse- it only works when the car is turned on.
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