Question about 2007 Honda S2000 Convertible
I have the bottle but not sure what you are trying to do ,but i love a good bodge ,now i have no idea what pins are what but if your wiring in an external gauge for the temperature then no problem ,find the wire from the temp sender ,then find the feed wire from the temp gauge onto the connector block on the back of the cluster and run the wire to that ,so then you should have a feed to the existing gauge then the return to the sender unit ,so a multimeter is a must with battery disconnected and sender unit on engine earthed then find that wire in the connection block that would plug in on the old one ,then make a connection to the gauge so the gauge has a 12v feed in then connects to the wire that runs to the temp sender ,simple .Now the alternator light just runs to the small terminal on the alternator ,so again find the right wires and connectors then connect them so the warning light will have a 12v supply then it goes through the bulb and then to the alternator terminal .nothing complicated their just a question of finding the right wires
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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