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Re: Exotic Dash-Clocks!
Yes Deo, done that, in one Jonga and two Gypsies, though none as fancy as those featured in the upmarket cars here. Please see my earlier posts. Very simple -- most cars have the connections in the factory wiring. If not, connect one positive direct to battery (for running the clock at all times), the other to the dash lights/parking lights for night use, and the third (-ve) to ground. And there you have it !
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