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New Shift Light Installed

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Over the past weekend, I got my new Autometer Cobalt Stage II Shift Light, Autometer Ultra-Lite D-PIC (this gauge came out of my SS, replaced it with Water Temp gauge in the SS) and Dual Gauge Pod. Installation of the Shift Light was very easy, thanks to a post on CorvetteForum.com. Took about 30 minutes to install both gauges and the pod. Everything was working great, but now the "Hundreds" position does not show, so I will have to yank it out and send back to Summit Racing to get a warranty exchange on it. Won't take much more than 10 minutes to pull it back out and another 10 minutes to put the new one in.
I do like the light a lot (even with the problem I am having). This light is easy to set up for whatever shift point you want (under 10k). It also features different colors for the shift light. There are 5 different colors you can set it for. There is also a feature that will light the shift light when you are getting close to the shift point set in a different color, so you can be prepared to shift when you hit your mark. (I have not gotten this to work on the unit, but I hope the replacement will). Pictures are the first 2 on the attached album.

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