reverse the pins from male to female and they will work as designed.The pins on the male fittings don't line up that well
i did this with a wire from my dash light circuit and it dims quite well, although this might not be the best option for those with sunlight on the gauge that have to drive in the daytime with lights on by law. mine are inset into the dash with a hood on top, so i can still read them well when dimmed during the day.yes there are two ways of controlling that, one is manually, which requires entering the menu, finding the parameter and turning it up/down. The other is connecting your dash lights to a terminal, and it auto dims.
i would recommend not to do that. I think there is just as much chance that (1) any of the sensor, the eventual delay wiring/programming, the gauge, the relay or the wiring will fail, as there is of (2) something in the engine failing that will cause you to loose oil pressure. So to avoid your engine cutting out needlessly in a possibly dire driving situation because any of 1. failed and not any of 2., i say just stick to the individual buzzer and flashing light, and you can calmly bring the vehicle to a stop and inspect should that go off ... i don't think a few seconds will make much difference if the engine has lost pressure. Otherwise you will loose one of the major benefits of the older engines, i.e. not being overridden by an electrical circuit.it would be really nice to have a delay on the alarms though (for an engine kill on low oil).
I am running 2x red/green Aubers (I think four gauges all the same colour would be difficult to read at a glance). Oil psi, trans temp, boost, water temp. I have a separate Isspro EGT gauge mounted on my pillar that will soon be moved to the trim piece behind the steering wheel. The triggers on the Auber and the Isspro EGT can be wired to illuminate warning lights in the factory instrument cluster.Just checked, and you can now get the dual channel displays in green/green, perfect!
It's always been my intent to have 2 X dual channel displays running boost, EGT, trans temp, and ext. temp, on my last truck and now on the new one, but so far it hasn't come together.
I am running 2x red/green Aubers (I think four gauges all the same colour would be difficult to read at a glance). Oil psi, trans temp, boost, water temp. I have a separate Isspro EGT gauge mounted on my pillar that will soon be moved to the trim piece behind the steering wheel. The triggers on the Auber and the Isspro EGT can be wired to illuminate warning lights in the factory instrument cluster.
It's a good system, took a long time to put it together. I converted to a single DIN radio and put both the Aubers underneath it.
I can grab a pic tonight.That looks great, pretty well what I'd envisioned as well. Any pics of them in the truck?
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