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Thank you! The parts you listed. Were those included in your kit or did you have to purchase them at an autoparts store? Great write up. You guys are giving me the confidence to try this myself.
Yes, you cut in the dash itself...I grinded a little of the metal too, but it was a tight squeeze either way...and yes you can connect both white wires and both black wires from both gauges together and connect to the same power and ground point, as well as lighting...
Which side of the a-pillar do you cut on the dash? In the pic it looks like on the left side. But after test fitting it looks like the wires may end up coming out of the pods on the right side of the pillar.
What kind of connectors are you all using to connect the 2 white and 2 black wires from each gauge. Being total of 4 each just seems like to many for a butt splice. Allso where are you mounting the small box that is on the small harness at?
Under the dash and one connection for power and ground.
Why are you guys cutting the dash, and why did you take the instrument panel surround out? I did this same install and didn't have to do any of that...
because it is way easier to remove the cluster bezel, and the headlight switch. Otherwise you need to remove the driver seat, and crawl under the dash. Personally, the extra 5 minutes to remove the trim bezel is way easier to me, than to try to crawl up from underneath. As for the cutting the dash... It is not required, but opening the area where you run the wires, makes it way easier to snake the plug connectors through. If you aren't using the plug in connectors, then it's not a problem at all to just run the wires.