Where in the world does the dark green temp wire get it's juice? My temp. idiot light doesn't work, as well as my brake light & oil light. The only light that seems to come on correctly is the "gen" light on my instrument gauge panel. First things first though.... I have been consistrating on the "temp" because of its importance. I have traced it from the sending unit on the manifold down to the junction block. Then I traced it from the passenger side of the junction block to the plug that goes into the back of the instrument panel. From there I traced it over to the ignition switch, both with the key on & off. What is a bit curious to me is, ALL the wire that go to the ignition switch show to have electricity when the key is on. All ACCEPT the dark green wire for the temp gauge. IS THE DARK GREEN WIRE SUPPOSED TO GET JUICE FROM THE IGNITION SWITCH???? This is my main question at this point. From studying the schematics & tracing the wires, I just don't see where else it is suppose to get any juice to make it function in the first place. I'm starting to think that maybe my ign.. switch is faulty. Maybe its the reason the other gauges don't light up either. Does anyone out there in Camaroland know??? Thanks for any suggestions.