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    Hi y'all Ive got a set of omoni gauges that I want to put in my ke70 and I'm fairly sure I no what wires go where but there's a few I'm having trouble with
    So that's my water temp

    Red to power
    Black to earth
    White for the light?
    So what one is signal orange or yellow?

    And then with the oil temp it's got a plug in the back of it that has two separate looms one has a
    black wire
    Red
    White
    Brown
    And a black and then on the other there's orange
    Blue
    Yellow
    And grey
    And it's the same story with my oil pressure gauge

    If someone has installed theses before some help would be great thanks

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    both the orange and yellow wires are for the actual sensor on the water temp gauge.

    you'd imagine it would be the same on the oil one but i can't confirm as i have a mechanical oil temp gauge.
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    FYI it is Omori

    I will have a look at mine ones, been ages since I wired them in so cant remember at the moment/
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    Yeah that'd be good if you could have a look I'm keen to get mine going!

    Um I don't want to seem like a dick but I don't see any r in omoni Click image for larger version. 

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    It's OMORi. If you look close enough you can see the indent on the R.

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    Looks a lot like a N but okay

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    Fine It's an R

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    But has any one found or have any wiring diagrams I found this for the tach Click image for larger version. 

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