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How do you wire a new Indiglow gauge panel to the light system of a 4WD 1999 Ford Explorer?

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2015-07-15 18:50:48
2015-07-15 18:50:48
How do you wire indiglow gaugesBefore I can answer your question there are several things I need to know.

I have a complete indiglow dash gauge system in my 1999 Ford Explorer XLT. I also have indiglow gauges on my pillar so I think I should be able to help. But I will tell you if it is the dash set, plan on spending about 4-5 hours to complete this. You can email brown955@comcast.net

1. What kind of panel?2. Does it come with a separate dimmer and/or color changer?3. Is it one piece or 6 separate pieces?

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