Author Topic: Hello everyone I'm buying a Pro Gauge but do not know how to assemble a speedome  (Read 10924 times)

djspina

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Hi all as the title I'm buying a Pro Gauge to run a speedometer of a BMW e36 in my simulator.
My question is, Does anyone have a diagram that explains how to mount?

I am an Italian and I'm writing with Google translator so I'm sure if the translation and perfect





My sim http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68ooVvVsox0&list=UUcpHKLOQWgcS9xsrbg64EDg
« Last Edit: March 10, 2014, 04:00:48 pm by djspina »

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I tried to make a pattern. Can you tell me if it is right?


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That would be it,on blue connector pin 18 should be water temp and black connector pin 1 is fuel sensor..

Look here: read and scrolll down to see picture (1000 words  ;) )
http://www.symprojects.com/forum/index.php?topic=787.msg5564#msg5564

djspina

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Here I made a new pattern I hope that's right. I also gave you a look at the post of the link that I have posted.

One other thing but to turn on the orange LED speedometer I have to make a change in I with the pro-gauge light?

I repeat I am writing with Google Translate I do not know if I misspelling




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Your new scheme is OK but I do not understand next sentence (One other thing but to turn on the orange LED speedometer I have to make a change in I with the pro-gauge light? )  :)

djspina

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You're right it is a problem with the google translator :-\

tried again to translate:

How do I turn on the orange LED speedometer?
Come on by themselves with the Pro-Gauge?
I've gotta make a change I get them to turn on?



« Last Edit: March 10, 2014, 06:51:58 pm by djspina »

H.Guedes

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Probably your fuel gauge will not work with pin 3 connected to ground in the black connector. just saying.

To the cluster ilumination simply connect the pin 2 of the white connector to 12+. Pin 2 White connector - Dimmer/Cluster light

djspina

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Thanks for the reply. But to feed the orange lighting with the Pro-Gauge, the food or can I put a power supply to pin 2?

In the text there may be misspellings why I'm writing with Google Translate


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Thanks for the reply. But to feed the orange lighting with the Pro-Gauge, the food or can I put a power supply to pin 2?

In the text there may be misspellings why I'm writing with Google Translate



i understand what u trying say. use a power supply for all cluster (12v+ and GND) and just put pin 2 of the white cluster to 12v+ (see the schematic picture). that should put light on the cluster.

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Ok thank you :)

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One last thing, to put safety before i make the order.

I'm buying items that are:

1) Pro-Gauge Controller + Power Supply.
2) 20 pin dual female splittable jumper wire.
3) USB Cable.


That's it? I need another?

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One last thing, to put safety before i make the order.

I'm buying items that are:

1) Pro-Gauge Controller + Power Supply.
2) 20 pin dual female splittable jumper wire.
3) USB Cable.


That's it? I need another?

if you use a pc power supply, just order the pro-gauge and for the cluster you don't need the 20 pin dual female wire.

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Ok thanks

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Waiting for the arrival of the Pro-Gauge, I mount the speedometer...




 

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