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Old 06-06-2017, 01:50 AM   #1
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1976 25' Tradewind
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Fresh water tank gauge wiring

Hi there,
I have a 76 tradewind that came already gutted. There is a brown and red wire that come into the interior from the fresh tank (the sensors splice into them. I bought a new gauge that has a single wire to attach to the sensor. Can anyone help? Is the red wire what I should attach to it? Do either of these wires need to be attached to 12 volts? Am I totally wrong about all this? I read on other threads about the wiring harness to the control panel, but none of that is still around on my trailer. Just the red and brown wires.
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