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24V sun timing light

Postby 199th mp » August 4th, 2013, 4:20 pm

went to a pretty good size auto swap meet today, held in the parking lot of the arena where the sacramento kings play. came up with a 24V sun timing light. it's not marked for military, so i guess it probably isn't, but the case is navy grey.
i dug out a spare spark plug wire, and bared some of the core so i could clip on and try it in the next few days. i was thinking of trying to figure out a way to draw my power from the slave cable connector that sits just below the heater vent.
has anyone ever tried something like this? does anyone have any suggestions how i might accomplish this?
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Re: 24V sun timing light

Postby rickf » August 4th, 2013, 7:22 pm

Take a meter and find witch of the pins is the hot and then find a bolt that fits in there, not tight, just slides in. Hook your ground to the ground wire at the horn or similar.
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