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Old 06-03-2010, 01:27 PM   #1
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Default Wiring for prosport gauges?

I recently bought prosport gauges and am in the process of installing them. I have egt, boost, and oil pressure. I had a few questions to anyone who has installed these before me. Firstly does anyone have a link to a page that has a DIY as to what wires go to what and any other info on how to install? And where does the oil pressure adapter go? Im a little confused on the wiring for the clock (im installing them on a clock pod) as they are mixed colors. red/white cords etc...

Any info would be great!
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Old 06-03-2010, 04:00 PM   #2
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Thanks! That helped a little, Im still stumped on the wiring though... And I have been searching and can't find anything about prosport wiring!
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Hey buddy, I still have my diagram from when I installed them.

red-12v accessory power
black-ground
white-accessory power 12v
blue-head light switch(12v switch power)

Now the colors for the white and blue might be diff depending on the color of the gauges. The prosport support page has more answers. I'd try searching there. Good luck to you.
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Did you look on the back of the clock? It tells you what wire is what (i.e. PWR, GND, ILLUM/ACC, IGN). As simple as it gets.
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For Oil pressure (if any of you know) do I ground the black wire only on the sender, or do I have to split it and ground it at my clock (that's where I tapped in for boost) as well?
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