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Old 01-14-2010, 01:23 PM   #101
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Sweet! How did you connect all the scan gauges? Did you tap into the ODB connection or??
I think you can jumper them from one to the other. But don't quote me on that yet.
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here is my post on how i did my Brades SS Lines

All the Info in in there, in the length, and all the fittings to make it happen

http://www.bonnevillepro.com/forums/...79&hilit=lines

and BTW the Pillar pod is the way to go
Very nice writeup on the lines, thanks for chiming in with that! Did you do a writeup on the pillar pod? :P

I'm assuming that pillar pod was custom since I haven't seen any made for the Bonnevilles. If I am wrong, could you point me to where one might be obtained?
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Custom only. Nothing like that available.
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I think you can jumper them from one to the other. But don't quote me on that yet.
That'* what I was thinking. The signal voltage wouldn't be a problem, but jumpering the power from the ODB to three+ gauges might be a bit.
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Bringing this one back for the best mod in the world. Flow detect kit. Tommy, you found the elbow with the switch in it. What we never did was mention the wiring. Here it is

Ground from flow detect is connected to pin 86 of relay
Igition power is connected to pin 85 of relay and both LED power leads.
Chassis ground (not flow detect) connect to pin 30 of relay
Connect the negative (ground) side of the red LED to pin 87a of the relay
Connect the negative (ground) side of the green LED to pin 87 of the relay.

What you are doing is putting power to the LED'* all the time and swapping the ground from red to green LED'* via the relay. When the flow detect doesn't ground the relay, you default the red LED on. When the flow detect grounds the relay, it connects ground to the green LED.
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Also, here is the info on the elbow I found. http://www.dwyer-inst.com/Products/P...eName=Ordering It is the Series V12 Flotect Flow Switch, cost is $40.25. I went with the 2.5 GPM switch. The switch closes the circuit when the flow is present.

This will work with Bill'* wiring setup if you get the one that has the switch close when the circuit flow is present like I did.

My problem is I wired the LED'* to ACC instead of ignition. That got annoying quick while trying to watch a movie on the screen. Tore my dash off in the walmart parking lot ripped the led wires out of the relay, put the dash all back together, and still had plenty of time to spare before the person I was waiting for finally came back. I'll be fixing that here soon.
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