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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-15-2012, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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What is the plug under the shifter suppose to connect to? It does not have much slack on it, and I don't see what it is suppose to power.

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It a powered feed for what ever you want it for

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I think this is the one your talking about, like Joe said it's for accessories. My is bundled with the wires that go to the winch switch.

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Perfect, that is the one. Thanks for the quick response.
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Good question! I've often wondered what it was for.. is it only powered when the ignition is on? I'm assuming its 12volt?

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I think this is the one your talking about, like Joe said it's for accessories. My is bundled with the wires that go to the winch switch.

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...is that power source plug fused anywhere?
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yes it is fused,i used mine for my electric temp gauge,and there is one under the dash to,i used it for my oil gauge,my gauges come with the same plug ins........

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That is also good information. I plan on putting in a 3 gauge cluster in the center of the dash and was not wanting to run a ton of wire up to it. I will check to see if the one under the shifter is powered full time. I want to use it to power the relay that will fire up some lights.
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yes it is fused,i used mine for my electric temp gauge,and there is one under the dash to,i used it for my oil gauge,my gauges come with the same plug ins........
Really good to know stuff.. looks like I now have my winter project! where is the plug under the dash? I think I'll use that one for some guages too... where did you get your guages?

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I haven't decided who to buy the gauges though yet, JEG's or Summit. I haven't found the power under the dash yet either. I just tested the power under the shifter and it is only hot when the ignitions on.
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