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Old 05-08-2009, 05:49 PM   #1
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06 Katana 750 (sold)
94 FXR, 75 Sportster
98 Buell S1, 79 Shovel
95 Kawi KZ1000P (Madmax)
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illumaglow gauge ???????

Ok here's the deal I got illumiglow gauges on my 06 Katana and I had them wired to the running light. The problem was they would flicker and go off and I didn't know why. Checked here and found out I shouldn't have wired them to the running lights.

I currently have my gauges torn apart to fix it but I can't see them coming on wired direct to a 12 volt source. 12v going into the little square box and 1.38v coming out.

Is the box toast? Did I **** it up?

Wired to the batt and covereing the gauges up and trying to see if the light up = nothing but dark.
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