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Kremer Racing 935 LED boost gauge

Hello,
need some help with the wiring for this boost gauge:


The wires seem to have following colors.
black-small blue
red-small black
brown or orange
brown or orange with small white

thanks
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here the wires pictured:


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I would shoot an email to kremer, I spoke with a gentleman named(i think) aachen last year who had been with kremer since the beginning and he was very helpful and knew all the details of the old-timers.

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I tryed Kremer already, they seem quite busy.
A Pelican member already sent me his drawings for the wires,
but the colors are slightly different.
I like to be sure before I connect this gauge.

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Sweet gauge. Cannot help with the wiring but sure would like to know where you got the gauge.
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Brown wire insulation is ground on all the German cars I've seen.
Does it use a sending unit for air pressure reading or does an intercooler or manifold vacuum hose attach to a fitting on the back?
One of the wires is probably faceplate illumination that comes on with the parking lights and another wire would be switched 12 volts.
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Brown wire insulation is ground on all the German cars I've seen.
Does it use a sending unit for air pressure reading or does an intercooler or manifold vacuum hose attach to a fitting on the back?
One of the wires is probably faceplate illumination that comes on with the parking lights and another wire would be switched 12 volts.

Agreed. The Black/Blu wire is usually for lights, Red is switched power, Brown is ground. Its got to have a place for vacuum hose on the back.
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Thanks for the ideas, but as said,
trial and error might not be the best idea.

There is no connector for a vacuum hose, but we have four wires.
I found a picture from a +- similar gauge with wiring instructions
and nearly same colors:
brown-ground
black/blue- light
red/black-12V
darkbrown/white- signal

As said, I try to be carefull, maybe one here has the same gauge installed
and can verify the above?

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a normal gauge pulls boost from a vacuum line? so yours must have a separate unit that pulls vaccuum and send the signal?
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Just saw this...looks like a piece is missing.

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I am looking for this boost gauge,if you want to sell let me know.
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