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    Question Switched Hot Wire

    Which Wire (MPEM Plug # and Color Code) can I tap into to get switched 12vdc ?

    That is: When the Lanyard is plugged in = 12vdc Power w/o any drain when the Lanyard is removed.


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    Purple...Dont know the plug number but its the purple wire...This is what i used for my wifes Dynotune boost gauge to light it up..

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    I found a purple wire in the bundle coming out from the steering column for my boost and afr.

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    Purple it is--- Thanx guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyheb View Post
    I found a purple wire in the bundle coming out from the steering column for my boost and afr.
    Purple from the gage cluster works.

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    Be sure is solid purple and not a purple with a color stripe.
    There are several purple but some have a stripe of some color

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    Be sure is solid purple and not a purple with a color stripe.
    There are several purple but some have a stripe of some color
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    Where I found mine there was also some purple ones with a color stripe.

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    I used the Purple w/stripe wire which leads into the B.U.D.S. connector.
    It's right up front, and close to where I needed the power to connect to.
    I needed switched 12Vdc---All Purple w/stripes are switched

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    be carefull when installing an AF guage as the sensors have heaters and will high current use a relay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stockrxp View Post
    be carefull when installing an AF guage as the sensors have heaters and will high current use a relay
    +1...... If your planning to run an a/f gauge, use the trigger wire to fire the coil on an external relay only! The stock electrical system is not designed (or fused properly) to heat up an o2 sensor.

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