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    Quote Originally Posted by bobsy852 View Post
    Sorry this is no help to your question what so ever, but seen as you've just recently wired yours up, I was wondering if you wired up a gong to go with the system? (As I'm struggling with the wiring for the gong)
    Think the gong is pin 10 and 11 on the black plug. pin 10 is wht/blu and pin 11 is wht/red.
     
     

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    yep done the gong and the outside temp lol i put the gong under the compartment thats under the obc next to the gearstick as didnt want it rolling round under the steering wheel lol but think you can put it anywhere mate
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horny Devil 8 View Post
    yep done the gong and the outside temp lol i put the gong under the compartment thats under the obc next to the gearstick as didnt want it rolling round under the steering wheel lol but think you can put it anywhere mate
    Which way did you route the outside temp gauge, I cant find any holes, Just got mine wedged under glove box at mo, It works, but as an internal rather than external. LOL
     
     

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    go to the outside of your car on the floor you will have vents in your bumper next to the fog light you will see a vent if you got the m3 bumper if you and you will see the vent through the grill on the passengers side a few inchs back from the front of the bumper you will see a hole on the left hand side of the vent it goes in there mate
     
     

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    here we go mate hope this helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garyslee View Post
    Which way did you route the outside temp gauge, I cant find any holes, Just got mine wedged under glove box at mo, It works, but as an internal rather than external. LOL
    You have just given me an idea i wonder if there is a way to wire 2 temp sensors to the obc one for the inside temp and one for the outside that would be pretty smart
     
     

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    I know where the temp sensor goes, I just got find any holes in the fire wall to push the wires through. (not without ripping the interior to pieces)
     
     

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    oh sorry take your glove box out and you will see some rubber grommets push it through there i used an old wire hanger tape the wire to the end of the hanger and push it through then you will see it in your engine bay untape the wire and carry on pulling it through
     
     

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