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Old 08-10-2010, 12:19 PM
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Wiring Earley Jaeger Temp Gauge

Need help wiring jaeger temp gauge.On the backside of the gauge there are two letters stamped left side the letter T on the right side the letter B. Witch wire goes where.
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Need help wiring jaeger temp gauge.On the backside of the gauge there are two letters stamped left side the letter T on the right side the letter B. Witch wire goes where.
Thanks
I do not know absolutley positively. However if I was going to guess I would say the B terminal is for instrument voltage ( from the instrument regulator) and the T is for the Temp sender. The other mounting posts most likely ground it .The double spade on the B terminal is probably to daisy chain the next gauge to instrument voltage . Like I said its only a guess.
Try looking at http://advancedautowire.com it looked like you might find what you need here
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The triumph tr 3 diagram looked helpful
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Thanks for the reply latech
I will check out that website later today.I probably should have said im running this gauge in my 53 Chevy truck 350 V8.
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Well i ended up connecting the hot to b and the sender wire to t and it worked great. Now i have a temp gauge thanks for the help guys.
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