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So I have a Glowshift Mechanical Boost Gauge, and I need to install it/have it installed. I was wondering if anyone has a place they would recommend me going to. I am located in CT but I wouldnt mind driving a bit. I know of a place called XXTuning in Hartford who are supposed to be good. Anyone have anywhere else they know of and would recommend? I would appreciate the feedback! Thanks! :)
 

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It doesnt seem that hard, I just have no experience working on cars. Im sure I could do it, but I dont know if I wanna try. I have no idea where I would run the wires to... Do I get longer wire and run in to the fuse box?
 

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for a 12v you can just get some primary wire from radio shack and tap into the fuse box, any thing that's on with ignition works, make sure you use a fuse obv.
 

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[quote author=Verto link=topic=134556.msg2896821#msg2896821 date=1233187455]
for a 12v you can just get some primary wire from radio shack and tap into the fuse box, any thing that's on with ignition works, make sure you use a fuse obv.
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Now correct me if Im wrong but ive seen pictures and it looks like theres a fuse box under the glove box??? Do I wire it to that?
 

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you could.

another option would be to tap the green/yellow wire in the drivers kick panel (just below the hood release). be sure to use an inline fuse with this option though.
 

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there is a ground in the kick panel too, the bolt with the ring terminals, it just attaches to the chassis.
 

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[quote author=Verto link=topic=134556.msg2899455#msg2899455 date=1233282270]
there is a ground in the kick panel too, the bolt with the ring terminals, it just attaches to the chassis.
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So the bolt with the ring terminals is the ground?
 

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yes.
 
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