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Old 08-06-2013, 10:34 PM   #1
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Tyring to install these http://www.americanmuscle.com/99-04-...low-gauge.html white reverse guages. They were working for awhile but after a few seconds of messing with the switch, they turned off. This is what it looks like with lights on.(pic 1) As you can see thats all I can see. The dimmer does nothing now. I think it was turned on the whole time at work. From what I know, the red wire that I had to solder is good. But the black wire that I need to ground is being held by electrical tape. I think thats the problem. But idk how to make it stay without the tape. Ill try removing the gauge cluster and ill update you then.
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Well. Apparently I'm the only person who has these. I thought the black wire was loose I guess it was I added much more electrical tape this time...its not going anywhere. So that problem solved. Now how do I turn them off? Like I said the whole time at work they were on. Does anyone know how I turn them off? If they stay on they'll drain the battery yes? Unacceptable. I was pretty sure I soldered the red wire to the headlight knob, but idk. I have a picture of the control box thing...I know you can't see it too well but I soldered the red wire to the brown wire behind the blue wire next to the big gray wire. This was supposed to be a simple 1 hour installation and its becoming one of the hardest things I've ever done...
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