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Old 02-10-2013, 10:09 PM   #1
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I have a 05 wrx, and I'm trying to wire my lc-1 wideband to the clock but i cant see to find a diagram that says red goes with this etc. i need to know before i cut and soder the clock wires to the wideband which color wire does what. I don't need to know about the LC-1 because it says red goes to power etc but I don't know what wire on the clock is power what is ground what turns on with the ignition etc. thanks
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Old 02-10-2013, 10:27 PM   #2
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You do not want the power from your clock, that is always on and will keep the gauge always on. If you want a dimming function then you can use the ACC wire. It's been forever since I've done a gauge though, so hopefully someone with more input will chime in.
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Old 02-10-2013, 10:32 PM   #3
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On the clock it's labeled which wires are which.

I believe you want to wire the ACC for the power. That's only on when the key is on.

I'm a little foggy on it, though, like Hinshaw.
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:46 AM   #4
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The writing on the wires are too small to read. Besides power what about the ground and etc. also I thought that the clock is only on when the key is on, atleast that's how it is when I'm in my car.
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The power to the display is only on with car operation, there is still a tiny bit of power to it to keep track of the time.

Somewhere in INTERIOR/EXTERIOR forum is a thread about the clock and it's wiring. Search there.
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:53 AM   #6
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The power to the display is only on with car operation, there is still a tiny bit of power to it to keep track of the time.

Somewhere in INTERIOR/EXTERIOR forum is a thread about the clock and it's wiring. Search there.
some digging in the gauge FAQ and I found this:

Clock plug wires are ?

Blue w/ pink = BATT
Black = GND
Pink w/ blue = LIG
Yellow w/ green = ACC

Correct? Incorrect?
so you guys are saying I need to tap into the acc for my power, grounding can be to the chasis and I should just cap my analogs? What about illumination.
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I don't use the LC-1, it's crap. I bought a UEGO, so there are probably differences in the wiring. I wired my power to the ACC and GND to the GND on the clock. I capped the other two wires until I decide to splice in a serial port to log with.
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I don't use the LC-1, it's crap. I bought a UEGO, so there are probably differences in the wiring. I wired my power to the ACC and GND to the GND on the clock. I capped the other two wires until I decide to splice in a serial port to log with.
Which wire is ground on the clock and how do I tap into the acc for power
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Old 02-12-2013, 01:39 PM   #9
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No one knows how to get power from the a/c?
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