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I have the Toyota electric manual for my 98TT 6speed and I just got a greedy boost guage with peak hold and I was wondering where (connectors and pins) did you guys splice your wires to?

The wires are as follows:

12V source - should be easy to find?
Parking light - where the hell is that at?
ignition - what one does it matter, I know I use connector I19?
ground - should be easy to find?

Also were you able to splice into wires that were relatively close to one another?

Thanks for all the help,
Joe
 
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I forgot,
Why do need a parking light line, wont the iginition just turn on the power . . . I guess I just dont realize the need for this connection?
 

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I don't have peak hold but...

You have the same wires as the normal greddy boost gauge.
12V: I tap into my turbo timer harness (greddy; red wire).
Parking light: Ashtray light bulb
Ignition: Again used turbo timer harness (greddy; orange wire).
Ground: Ashtray light bulb

There are many ways to wire it but having the greddy turbo timer made it easy as shit for me. If you don't have the greddy turbo timer maybe someone else can help you out.
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No I do not have a gready turbo timer but I have an HKS one!
 

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I wired mine into the stock clock wiring. I'm using that wiring to power the Boost and EGT gauges (greddy).

I have the wiring layout at home that i can send you later on if you want it.
 

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HKS Turbo Timer...

Maybe it will still work. Look at the HKS wiring diagram. It should tell you wich wire is power and which one is the ignition. Thats basically it. Good luck.
 
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Chucky doll,
I will definately do that!


ttmkiv,
Can you also send me that if you get a chance? Is there anyway to put it up on this post because my lazyass does not have an email account yet except for the one at work, but if you can't you can just send it to my brother's account which is [email protected]

Thanks for the help guys,
Joe
 

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The stock clock gives you all the wires (connections) you need.

Later, Steve
 
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