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ELECTRICAL PROBLEM my truck runs fine now the bat gage is at 0 my oil gage is at high they were working fine i was hooking up a new stero looked up the gages for alt at 0 the oil was at high the heat was at normal the gas gage was at the proper level the only problem im having now is the battery gage and the oil gage the truck now runs with the neg cable off so alt problem is good any thoughts.

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The prob seems like you have connected the power to your stero from the wrong place. You cut into live a wire for the power, this should be connected at the ACC on your fuse panel. Also make sure you stero has a good ground! Frankster016

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