sources for, and wiring in gauges, and gauge sources



sources for, and wiring in gauges, and gauge sources

Postby grumpyvette » March 29th, 2009, 1:41 pm

most gauges come with rather clear instructions, or diagrams and color charts, its mounting the gauges neatly running the wiring and connections to the sensors that's usually the problem,having an excellent ground bar and fusing the gauges is usually required to get everything working correctly, LABELING each wire with a clearly readable tag and keeping a detailed chart for later reference is also a good idea. some gauges are sensitive to heat, moisture and vibration so keep that in mind and run wires where they are not subjected to exhaust heat chaffing or moisture if you can, if its difficult shield the wiring with insulation or protection and always try to leave some slack for component movement and later repairs

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