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This is a discussion on Dimming Electric Gauges within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I installed 3 Autometer Cobalt gauges but want them to be able to dim them. I plugged into the two ...

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    Dimming Electric Gauges

    I installed 3 Autometer Cobalt gauges but want them to be able to dim them. I plugged into the two wire plug behind the radio but I can only get dimming opposite of the dash lights. When I switch the wires I get illumination but no dimming on the autometers. Any ideas as to what Im doing wrong?

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    https://ssl.autocenter.net/webparts/acatalog/page6.html

    I used the 2P connector for CD illumination shown on the page above.

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    This gives me correct dimming off the steering column dial when the lights are on.
    Last edited by dlinvill; 04-09-2003 at 11:12 PM.

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