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Installed my clock

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It took a good part of the weekend to fabricate the bracket and figure out various issues, but finally got it done. The clock light is wired to the interior light dimmer switch.

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My center console is still loose in the picture. It should be all level. Thanks for the compliment.

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looks good. have you run it long enough to tell whether it is accurate?

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My center console is still loose in the picture. It should be all level. Thanks for the compliment.

Oops, I think you meant the clock, not the console. Yes, it was just off, I have rotated it to port.

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Looks real good! What's the bezel made of? Fiberglass?

There is no bezel. It's made of stainless steel, painted with hi temp wrinkle finish black paint. Same stuff I used on my valve cover. Thanks.

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looks good. have you run it long enough to tell whether it is accurate?

Well, unfortunately you had to ask. It's not running at all, yet. Not sure what the problem is. Worst case, I have a buddy who repairs clocks.

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to the interior (presumably instrument) lights...hopefully you wired the clock's light to that wire, and wired the clock's drive to a power source that's hot all the time, not just when the ign is on.

One of the terminals on the ign switch meets that criteria, if you're looking.

Those quartz clocks are pretty reliable...

mike

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