Q: Clock Wiring
I have a clock i bought off of EBAY a while back and it seems to be in great shape. I wanted to hook it up to a battery, but didnt know the best way to do this. It has the complete wire harness 3 wires —
2. grey – two connectors on the end
3. reddish orange – two connectors on the end
How did you hook yours up?? This is a very solid clock and I do not want to hook it up wrong and break it.
A: Orange wire is +12V. Black wire (has a clip on the end) is ground. Gray wire is for the light. At the clock end, the gray wire is attached to a quick-disconnnect.The other half of the disconnect is attached to a blue wire, which is attached to the bulb socket.
A: Black is ground, Orange is constant +12V, and Grey is connected to the light on your console shifter.
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