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Alright, I searched and couldn't find what exactly these wires are.... I have an Autometer Pro-Comp Ultralite EGT (1600 deg. silver face if that makes any difference). There's the red and yellow coming off of the probe and then there is a red, green and brown coming from the gauge that I'm assuming connects to the red and yellow from the probe... What one goes where??
Feel free to move to newbies forum or whatever if this seems stupid..
 

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You should have a long yellow probe wire. There is a yellow and red end on that...that would connect to the gauge's yellow/red ends. The long yellow one that goes w/ the probe goes into your manifold. I believe AutoMeter's site has directions and pictures to further guide you.
 

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I would read the manual if I bought it new or if I had it...

And varsitychick, I've got everything ran, the manifold is tapped and the probe is in, that's not my problem... the wires off of the probe are red and yellow, they run into the car, I know that. The wires that come off of the gauge are red, green, and brown. Those 3 are the ones that need to connect to the red and yellow, and that's where I'm stuck, autometer's site has a FAQ, but not anything about what the wires actually are.
 

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I would read the manual if I bought it new or if I had it...

And varsitychick, I've got everything ran, the manifold is tapped and the probe is in, that's not my problem... the wires off of the probe are red and yellow, they run into the car, I know that. The wires that come off of the gauge are red, green, and brown. Those 3 are the ones that need to connect to the red and yellow, and that's where I'm stuck, autometer's site has a FAQ, but not anything about what the wires actually are.
I remember wires coming off the bulb to power that...one being power and the other being ground. Not too sure what the third wire is? Is your gauge mechanical or electronic?
 

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Yeah, there is the power and ground for the light bulb, and then there's the 3 wires that run to the probe that are the problem...
 
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