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    Quote Originally Posted by 4ftofflame View Post
    Literally all i need is a wire that doesn't get power when the headlights are off but then has 12v+ when you turn your lights on, i honestly didn't think it'd be so tricky
    Could you take a wire from the headlights themselves?


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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolStory View Post
    Could you take a wire from the headlights themselves?


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    i don't know, could i? lol. I've no idea tbh, i imagine i could although in a perfect world i'd prefer to get it from something inside the cabin although that's sounding like it's apparently not possible.

    I also need to find an ignition switched 12v+ from somewhere.

    Basically i need to get 12v+, ignition switched 12v+, headlight switch 12v+, this new boost gauge is about 100x harder to install than i thought it was going to be as the last one only needed 12v+ and a negative and that was it

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4ftofflame View Post
    Literally all i need is a wire that doesn't get power when the headlights are off but then has 12v+ when you turn your lights on, i honestly didn't think it'd be so tricky
    Quote Originally Posted by 4ftofflame View Post
    i don't know, could i? lol. I've no idea tbh, i imagine i could although in a perfect world i'd prefer to get it from something inside the cabin although that's sounding like it's apparently not possible.

    I also need to find an ignition switched 12v+ from somewhere.

    Basically i need to get 12v+, ignition switched 12v+, headlight switch 12v+, this new boost gauge is about 100x harder to install than i thought it was going to be as the last one only needed 12v+ and a negative and that was it
    Well the ignition switched 12v is underneath the cigarette lighter you can't miss it plenty of guides online and on here
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