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Old 07-24-2011, 09:42 PM
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does anyone have or know the wiring diagram for the gauges on a 1999 f250 v10. trying to tap into the water temp gauge and oil pressure gauge
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May I ask why?

for gauges,
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If you are installing aftermarket water temp and oil pressure gauges, I think you have to manually wire them to an aftermarket sensor. I don't think you are going to get a reading from the cluster, as it is not connected directly to the sensors, but instead reads from the ECM.
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your probably right, but i have no clue were the aftermarket sensors go and cant find anything online about it
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It would vary by gauge. Most gauges will come with their sensor.
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yea they come with a sensor, just no instructions on where it goes. they are Xtune digital gauges
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and so far no one can tell me where they go
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so, as the original question says, does anyone have or know the wiring diagram for the gauges on a 1999 f250 v10?
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