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 installing aftermarket temp guage 
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i bought a temp gauge and am installing it into one of the vents on my dash..it came with a diagram, i know its written in english, but i dont understand a word its saying :shrug: is there a way i can splice and wire it into the stock temp guage or do i hafto run the wire through the firewall like the diagrams telling me? any help would be good ive never installed one of these before..and i need it since i broke the needle off my stock cluster

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What u can do is just get prosport gauages at prosportgauges.com and they sell a water temp one and its easy to instal it goes there the radiator hoes and u just connect the wiring to the ignition and if u do get the gauge its 38 millimeter for the sensor that connects to the radiator hoes but if u already have the gauge just connect it to ur ignition so when u turn on the car the gauge turns on also. But idk what u wanna do its not hard if u want more detail get at me or email me bro. Good luck. Mazda915

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