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    boost gauge lighting wiring

    What do I use to attach the lighting wire from the boost gauge to the fuse. See attached link.

    In another post someone said I could wrap the bare wire around the fuse and then stick the fuse back in. Any thoughts?
    Last edited by gaewsky1; 07-03-2004 at 10:43 AM.
    2002 Silver WRX Wagon

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    Why tap directly into the fuse box. Pretty dangerous as i saw someone actually put the tap into the wrong end and when the unit fried, the fusebox didn't blow the fuse but just melted. I just wired the illumination wire from my electronic boost gauge to the illumm. wire in the back of the stereo. Yellow or orange.. can't remember. But everyone I know just use the wiring from the clock on the dash. There is a wiring schematic posted on this site from one of the mods. Try searching for boost gauge install and it should pop up.

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