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    wiring diagram for 2002 wrx needed?

    I want to finish up installing some a-pillar gauges and want to connect to the right places for power. anyone have a wiring diagram of the wrx they could email me or have a link to one somewhere? much apprecaite any help. I know i can just put in fuseable links and run direct to 12v and ground but there seem to be a few unused connectors under the dash that I am hoping I can use instead if I can just figure out where they go to ect.
    Hoping I dont have to shell out $$$ for factory manuals just to get wiring diag.
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    Not really for this forum (mods, move this if you see it), but your best bet is to run some wires to behind the clock. You'll find a constant 12v, a switched 12v, and a lights-activated 12v supply (along w/ a ground :-P)

    Just tap into those, and you'll be fine.

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    I agree, the clock is probably the easiest place to get constant and lighting power. The diagram shows the clock wires...you can either tap into them where the clock is, or tap into them at the fuse box.
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    Thank you very much!!!

    HOT_DOG....Thanks man! greatly appreciate the diag! Hope someday I can return the favor.
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    so, to get dimming power, vampire clamp the ACC lead? then clamp the ground to the ground?

    i'm a wiring newb. my guage came with the no brainer plug for the acc lead behind the radio.

    should i clamp at position 1, or position 2 (or does it matter) [see below]

    thanks folks.

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    Can someone post a legend for this diagram?

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    MB refers to the main FUSE BLOCK

    FB is the fuse and relay block
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    I have wrx trying to install egt/boost gauge, I don't know what to tap? Can you tell me what color to tap?

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    Originally posted by myton78
    I have wrx trying to install egt/boost gauge, I don't know what to tap? Can you tell me what color to tap?
    what wires do you need?
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    Originally posted by ldivinag
    what wires do you need?
    The ACC LEAD..which color is it?

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