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Question Location---Location

Just bought DATEL Digital voltmeter and would like to know if there is an easy location to place it. Im thinking of putting it below the headlight adjuster.
Anyone have a better idea?
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We installed one on a friend's LT on the other side above the wiring connections and he is very satisfied with the location. Sorry I don't have a pic.

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Here is a picture of mine. I had to relocate the headlight adjuster.
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Just bought DATEL Digital voltmeter and would like to know if there is an easy location to place it. Im thinking of putting it below the headlight adjuster.
Anyone have a better idea?
If you put it below the headlight adjuster a future bar raising party could block it.

You'll find making a template for the frame is the easiest way to drill the small holes for the the even smaller screws.

It's a great voltmeter! Here's a pic of it on my GT, don't mind the rain:




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