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This is a discussion on Omori Boost and EGT gauges installed in Autometer gauge bezel within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Looks good I have the same setup. For the power and lighting wires I tapped into the clock, was real ...

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    Looks good I have the same setup. For the power and lighting wires I tapped into the clock, was real easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bman
    Looks good I have the same setup. For the power and lighting wires I tapped into the clock, was real easy.
    Yeah mine are tapped out of the clock as well. Only drawback is they don't dim but I always have my dash at full brightness anyways.

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    Yea I had no use for the dimming feature.
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    I m,ade the mistake tapping the fog lights... light up great until you turn the high beams on!
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