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    Dyno Tune Boost Gauge

    I wired per instructions and have no red LED display. I then wired straight to the battery and still no display. The instructions say do not run any wires near the ignition wires or it will destroy the display. Hope I did not do that. Anyone else had a problem


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    Whit, that does not sound right. If you are "ABSOLUTELY" sure that you hooked everything up correctly, then it sounds like you really do have a bad display. It should come on instantly.

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    make sure u connected the two correct wires together, and the other two are grounded... and make sure that plus is connected to the wire and sending unit...

    if all checks out ok, u got a defective gauge... these are pretty simple and light up right away as red devil said.

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    Both brown wires to 12 volt
    Both blue wires to solid ground
    Both White wires crimped together
    Both Black wires crimped together
    All per instructions and have tripled checked. No led.
    I will have to give them a call tomorrow.

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    What ended up happening with the dyno gauge connection?
    Did it have to be tapped to the block off like dyno said ?

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    I found the problem. The kit came with a few of the 18-22 wire crimps and I bought some more but they were 14-22. The 14 slot was wider and was no cutting the insulation to the wire on those small wires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP04
    I found the problem. The kit came with a few of the 18-22 wire crimps and I bought some more but they were 14-22. The 14 slot was wider and was no cutting the insulation to the wire on those small wires.
    You just had to go against what they sent huh???

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    No sir. They send three of the real nice crimps with the metal slides and a few of the tube style crimps. You need four so I went to Radio Shack and got some more. I assumed since they were red and I asked for 18-22 that was what I had. After reading the fine print it was the 14-22 which was ok but I had to turn the metal slides around to get the 22 slot on the outside. Are you confused yet? If I just had some of that JB weld stuff.

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    Which hot wire did anyone connect to so they could turn their LED on and off with the lanyard? I installed a wire into my pin 2-22 but it does not appear to be a hot wire. Thanks for the help.

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    Whit,

    Check out this link. It is the 3rd fuse down. This will work with the lanyard.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forum/viewt...ighlight=fuses

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