I also managed to design the labels for the switch panel and the dimmers. I ordered the DecalPro kit and will give that a try soon.
|Here is the wiring harness as I try to make sense of the different runs of wire. It doesn't look like much here but wait until you see it as I try to fit all of that wire behind the panel!|
|This is the back side of the GPS-400 mounting tray. The actual instrument slides into this carrier which is bolted to the panel. I took this picture before I started pulling apart wire bundles.|
|This is a neat feature that Stein offers. If you remember back a few months ago I was working on a db-9 aggregator with 4 plugs on it? Well, this is Steins version and it uses DB-15 plugs and is where the Autopilot servo's all connect together.|
|This is the GPS-400 as I begin the mounting process. I have to make sure the depth is right and that required me to cut a hole in the sub-panel. Subsequently I had to enlarge the hole to allow the Comm radio to slide through.|
|This is actually a reference picture I took to show where this white wire went into the connector. The white wire is the feed from my backup battery and goes to the main display.|
|Another reference picture but this one is for the GSU25 before I pulled a few wires out of it.|