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Can anyone tell me what terminal end will I need to add to my underdash wiring harness to connect JME's gage cluster? I have until Friday to make a decision on going with the 5 or 6(Tach) gages. I would like to add my rally pac (clock & Tach)on the steering column but I'm not certain I will stick with the straight steering column or go with a tilt column thus if I go with the tilt I'm certain I can not use my rally pac because the bracket will not wrap around the column.


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I don't own one so I don't know for sure but I always thought the JME cluster plugged directly into the stock harness without any modifications.
 

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Dave's correct. It's plug-n-play.

Dan
Uhhhhh not exactly (at least for 65 with which I have direct experience).

They supply the wiring harness...you have to wire the connector in...the gauges themselves are all wired and ready to go though with the other end of the connector.

Here i am pulling all the stock wires out and labeling what each one is:
http://www.dodgestang.com/images/JMEIN005.jpg

Here it is after wiring up the connecter they supply in the kit to the stock wires (and I do mean wiring...butt splices, shring tubing, and all)
http://www.dodgestang.com/images/JMEIN009.jpg

http://www.dodgestang.com/images/JMEIN008.jpg
 

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DodgeStang,

My car is a 68 so I was referring to 67/68's not 65/66 since EGaillard didn't specify what year he was referring to in his post. I took this quote directly off of JME Enterprises website .
On our 67/68 JME Phantom gauge clusters, we have to extensively machine the instrument bezel, modify and fabricate the original cluster housing to accommodate the new gauges. We rewire the original wiring harness so that it plugs directly back into the car without any major modifications being needed.
According to them the 67/68 is a direct fit with No modifications to the harness. I didn't see the same statement for 65/66 so I'm sure you right considering you bought one and installed it (you would know).
 

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Thanks Guys for the replay.

I should have specified that it is for my 66 Fastback. Nick I've sent you a PM because I will need your help.
 
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