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post #1 of 4 Old 06-27-2006, 04:29 PM Thread Starter
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Installing Superlift Tru-speed

For those that have installed the Superlift Tru-speed Modual ....where did you install the actual unit? was the install fairly simple? any comments ? Thanks


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post #2 of 4 Old 06-27-2006, 08:09 PM
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The install is very straightforward. Splice into the wires coming off the sending unit and hook up 12 volts and a ground. You can drill a hole in the tunnel above the sender and insert a grommet to run your wires through and you can put the unit anywhere in the cabin where you can get 12v. I actually ran the wires under my console and up into the glove box. Makes it real easy to get to when it comes time to calibrate.

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Thanks John..where did you tap into the hot wire on yours?

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I went right down through my shifter to get the feed from the speedo harness. Velcro ed the tru-speed unit up above the travel of the glove box, leaving the switch exposed but easily can take down to calibrate. I think I tapped my cig lighter for my hot and got a local ground.

Just a tip on calibrating, use the percentage of change chart rather than tire or gear charts to make adjustments. This will get you super close to 100%. I check mine with the highway markers and was damn close.
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