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      09-12-2014, 11:44 PM   #1
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Need help installing ecs vent boost gauge

So far I got everything in besides wireing. According to this ecs install manual, I have to tap the green wire into the red/white wire from the black plug on the climate control unit. What's weird is my black OR white plug doesn't even have red/white. Can anyone help me figure this out please and thanks.

http://bd8ba3c866c8cbc330ab-7b26c6f3...lation_DIY.pdf

Btw I have a 08 335i e92
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That is a little strange. What you're looking for is the constant on wire, if you have a test light you can probe the connector with the car off until your test light illuminates then tap the wire associated with that pin location on your hardness.

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That is a little strange. What you're looking for is the constant on wire, if you have a test light you can probe the connector with the car off until your test light illuminates then tap the wire associated with that pin location on your hardness.

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I ended up tapping it to a constant 12v behind my head unit radio. That's ok right?
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I ended up tapping it to a constant 12v behind my head unit radio. That's ok right?
Yep that will work!
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