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Location: Layton, Utah
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if you follow the directions, it will tell you where to tap into for power. you dont have to have a test light, the wires are all color coded, you ll just need to tap into the illumination wire found behind your switch assembly. for your 12v power, there is a customer access wire under the dash, by your OBDII port, that is alread cut for these kinds of needs. there is no need to tap anywhere else. i believe the instructions talk about that wire. as for grounds, you can put al the grounds together and find a common place to ground the gauges. it is real simple, i know it seems overwhelming but it isnt. i would not tap into the MAP line for the boost gauge, i would drill into the intake elbow, you will get a better reading and no flutter in your guage. the tranny sensor is real easy. the pyro, is a bit tougher, but not impossible. make sure you tap into your manifold, drivers side, close to the back of the manifold. you will get a more accurate reading there. if you have any questions let me know. ill help with what i can.
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