Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Langley, BC, Canada
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Michael I measured the voltage at the pins you asked me too.
Pin #1(red wire) Ignition off 12.5V, Ignition on 12.5V
Pin #2(pink wire) Ignition off 0.35V, Ignition on 12.5V
It appears those wires on the gray connector are working because the red wire which is constant battery has battery voltage with ignition off and on. The pink wire which is switched ignition has battery voltage when the ignition is on but not when the ignition is off.
Pin #1(red wire) Ignition on 5.02V
Pin #3(green wire) Ignition on 0.56V
Another update for you...on my way too and from work today still nothing worked....not even the lights on the gauges.
But tonight while I was checking those voltages and cycling the ignition my air pressure and boost gauge were still not working but the gauges lit up when I had my truck lights on and ignition on...when i turned the ignition off but left the truck lights on the gauges stayed lit up but went dim. As far as I can remember the gauges only ever lit up when the igniton was on so why the gauges went dim tonight when I turned the igniton off but had my truck lights on I dont know.
Then after cycling the ignition a few more times I noticed that my air pressure, boost, and pyro were both working and the lights were working. Then all of a sudden my trans temp gauge lit up and also started working.
It appears something very weird is going on with the gauges. Do you have any ideas as what it could be? Also what is the warranty on the performax gauges? Thanks for your assistance so far Michael
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