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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old Jul 3rd, 06, 08:13 PM Thread Starter
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i installed auto meter gauges in my console- do i need a console gauge conversion harness like the one in the ricks catalogue page 199 item 6805 to get my tac and clock to work????????????? thanks
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it depends... you can go at it a number of ways, the conversion harness is probably easiest tho the most expensive.

When I did mine, I modified the existing pcb and dash harness. The tach signal wire was a separate peice even from the factory. I used the old fuel guage wire to route 12v bat into the dash for the clock.

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do you know where i can get a wireing diagram-i think they should include a diagram with the unit when purchased but they do not
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The wiring diagram is including with the guage conversion harness, along with instructions. I do have all the info here, but I'm off to the parade ina moment, then to a party, then leave for billings tomorrow crack of dawn. Make sure you're email is public, I'll try to send you what I have today.

Do you have the tach style pbc for the cluster?





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i am new at th is so i know enough to be dangerous. the tac is oer that replaced th gas gauge when i installed the console gauges. not sure what the pbc stile is????? the connector in back of dash gauges is original and has not been replaced. i did cut the tan lead to use for gas gauge in console. i did replace circuit board in back of gauges. my e-mail is [email protected]
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my email is [email protected]
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your best bet then is to get the console guage conversion harness. All the repro houses sell it and it comes with instructions. Assuming your autometer set includes a voltmeter rather than the stock type ammeter, and also assuming you've got an electric oil pressure guage, you'll need to make a change or 2, but it's no big deal.





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