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wiring on the digital clock's connector

Messagepar amilo123 » 26 Aoû 2011, 00:22

Does anyone know what should be the plus and the minus on the 3 wires on the connector for the digital clock?
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Re: wiring on the digital clock's connector

Messagepar thefunkyboy » 26 Aoû 2011, 08:18

I have absolutely no idea for my part.

Did you try with a multimeter? It is the best solution I guess
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Re: wiring on the digital clock's connector

Messagepar amilo123 » 26 Aoû 2011, 13:32

I did and that's what i don't get, it seams two of them are plus and the other is minus. It's logical up until now. But I thought one of them should be connected to the light, and when I turn the light on there should be current. Right now there is always power to both pluses

The problem is that there is no back light on the clock. The clock works well, but no light. From what I remember there should be a light, right? (I haven't had my clock connected for years and I am not sure)
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Re: wiring on the digital clock's connector

Messagepar Attila97 » 26 Aoû 2011, 14:48

You have a 4 way connector.

Pin 1:
number: B7M
color: grey
function: +12V permanent

Pin 2:
number: M7M
color: green/yellow
function: minus

Pin 3:
number: A3M
color: white
function: +12V after contact

Pin 4:
number: D13M
color: green
function: +12V for light
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Re: wiring on the digital clock's connector

Messagepar thefunkyboy » 26 Aoû 2011, 17:43

Ah! There is two models i guess, mine doesn't have a back light. Maybe it is possible to mix them?
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Re: wiring on the digital clock's connector

Messagepar amilo123 » 27 Aoû 2011, 11:09

problem solved, it does have a backlight, but i didn't know that it comes on on the second position of the ignition key.
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Re: wiring on the digital clock's connector

Messagepar thefunkyboy » 27 Aoû 2011, 11:23

Great!
That was a pleasure ti help you restoring your GT :)
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