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      02-02-2013, 05:01 PM   #1
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RIGHT WIRES - For Boost Gauge on Dash

Red and Grey - dimmer 12 v+ = Red for Gauge
Green with Blue stripe - 12v + when car on start and run = Green for gauge
Brown - ground = connected to Black wire for gauge

Placed wires around bared area of above - checked with Voltmeter - soldered and wrapped with tape - go to connectors.

On firewall to the passenger side of car near where steering column goes through there is a 2" opening with nothing through it but there is a rubber cover you can punch a hole in for the hose to the gauge.

From inside the car through the gauge mount you can feed the hose out through taped to a coat hanger, feed it through the rubber seal and put it back in place.

Gauge should be here first of the week then I get to cut holes !
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2006 M COUPE - 380 total production, 1 of 40Imola Red produced for NA , ESS 455 Supercharger, Speedhut Gauges, VPM CLS wheels, 19" Hancooks, Stromung Exhaust, Carbon fibre accessories and black and white badging,
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