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    What pins do we hook the temp sensors up to? will I need any Resistors as well?

    It the top display connected to certain pins yet?

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    The waterproof one wire temperature sensors can be hooked up to any pin you like. You will need a 4.7K resistor as well. You could probably use 10K, or 3.3K if you don’t have 4.7K.
    Once you’ve setup the temperature sensor in the Arduino config, you ca

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    Awesome Thanks

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    FYI, if you take two 10K resistors and wire them in parallel, you’ll get 5K. If it doesn’t work you could try doing something like that with different values, depending on what you have on hand (if anything). I could have included a couple with the EEPR

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    I have plenty of resistors.. no problem there.. I just need to get the sensor in the car ( And the DUE in the car too)

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    What pins do we hook the temp sensors up to? will I need any Resistors as well?

    It the top display connected to certain pins yet?

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    The waterproof one wire temperature sensors can be hooked up to any pin you like. You will need a 4.7K resistor as well. You could probably use 10K, or 3.3K if you don’t have 4.7K.
    Once you’ve setup the temperature sensor in the Arduino config, you ca

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    Awesome Thanks

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    FYI, if you take two 10K resistors and wire them in parallel, you’ll get 5K. If it doesn’t work you could try doing something like that with different values, depending on what you have on hand (if anything). I could have included a couple with the EEPR

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    I have plenty of resistors.. no problem there.. I just need to get the sensor in the car ( And the DUE in the car too)

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