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Tech Talk Omega Kustom 5 Gauge Set

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Darrian continues to explain how to calibrate the Omega Kustom Gauges. Here he will explain how to set up the B style gauge using a signal generator.

Only four connections need to be made with this gauge. The terminal connections are to the twelve-volt power, ground, signal from the speedometer sender and the external push button switch. Starting with no power supplied to the unit, hold in the push button and turn it on. You will see a set up menu. Press the button until it reads “CALdAnn”, which means calculate drive a mile. Once again, you’ll hold the button until it flashes a series of numbers. Push the button one last time and it will display zero. The device is now in the programming mode.

When you’re driving your measured mile, don’t be concerned about what the speedometer is doing. During the programming process, it won’t show accurate numbers. That’s perfectly normal. After you’ve driven a mile, stop and press the button again. Numbers will flash again. Once you’ve stopped driving, power down the unit, wait 3-4 seconds and turn it back on. Now it should display the correct speed. Thanks for tuning in!

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