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Old 04-14-2006, 01:12 AM   #1
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Default I Need Omori Gauges Wire diagrams

Does anyone have these? I'm looking for anything that shows wiring diagrams or instructions for the Full Color 60mm Gauges by Omori.

Or just point me in the right direction to find a source.

Oh, and yes, I did email Omori USA and J-Spec Tuning, I'm still waiting to hear from them. I'll try calling them tomorrow.

Thanks

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Old 04-21-2006, 08:38 AM   #2
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What gauge? I have the 45mm full color mechanical boost gauge. If you have the 60mm equivalent the illumination wiring should be the same, let me know.
If you have one of the electrical gauges, you CANNOT use the factory dimming circuit directly because the polarity is wrong.
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Well wiring the full color gauges should be quite simple. You really only have 3 wires that need to be hooked up, red (+ ignition), white (+ illumination), and black (- ground). The brown wire you don't end up using at all. You can find a place to hook all three of these wires up back on the radio wire harness. There should be a two wire (yellow and black) harness back there that is used for the OEM gauge pack. This can be used to supply the ground connection and the illumination + (yellow +, black -). As for the ignition +, on the radio wire harness find the solid red wire and use that as the ignition + wire. After that it's just plugging in the Omori harness to the color control box, the gauge, and the sending unit.

Any questions or need for further clarification feel free to PM me as i have a set of 3 52mm Omori Full Color gauges myself.

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Well wiring the full color gauges should be quite simple. You really only have 3 wires that need to be hooked up, red (+ ignition), white (+ illumination), and black (- ground). The brown wire you don't end up using at all. You can find a place to hook all three of these wires up back on the radio wire harness. There should be a two wire (yellow and black) harness back there that is used for the OEM gauge pack. This can be used to supply the ground connection and the illumination + (yellow +, black -). As for the ignition +, on the radio wire harness find the solid red wire and use that as the ignition + wire. After that it's just plugging in the Omori harness to the color control box, the gauge, and the sending unit.

Any questions or need for further clarification feel free to PM me as i have a set of 3 52mm Omori Full Color gauges myself.

-Dan
Thanks for the great reply....

Yes, wiring the gauges would be simple, if the harness was intact. I purchased a used set of gauges and the harnesses are not intact. I need the diagrams to reconstruct the harnessess.
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What gauge? I have the 45mm full color mechanical boost gauge. If you have the 60mm equivalent the illumination wiring should be the same, let me know.
If you have one of the electrical gauges, you CANNOT use the factory dimming circuit directly because the polarity is wrong.
I have full color 60mm boost, egt, and oil temp.
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