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Old 09-28-2012, 12:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey Guys,

I bought a 'Dolphin' Aftermarket digital clock for my 87 Samurai. I'm not very good with electrical, but its market on the back for "Battery", "Ignition", and "Battery". Marked with different hatch marks on the wires.

There is a red/orange/black wire set for the clock.

The harness that was attached to the stock clock has 5 wires. Two white, One with white/black, one red/orange, and one black solid wire.

Can someone provide me a simple answer to how to wire this?
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here is the link to a wiring diagram. The clock is to the right underneath the dash cluster. Use a volt/ohm meter to test the plug to see which wires have voltage with the key off, key on, lights off, lights on, etc.

The black wire is the ground. White should always be hot and go to a battery on the clock. The W/B should go to a battery that will turn the display on the clock. Does the clock have a light or does the brightness level change?

Corey "dice" Daniel's 1986-1988 Samurai Wiring Diagram (In COLOR!)
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I dont think clock has a light. Its an LCD screen. And to the best of my knowledge there is no brightness change as theres just an H and M button to adjust time.

Thanks for the diagram....wow!
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That was simple!! Thanks!

Now I gotta figure out if theres supposed to be 'light' behind my temperature cluster or not. Right now theres not so I'm wondering if theres maybe a burnt out bulb, etc and how easy it will be to find it behind the cluster, etc.
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