Need help please wiring temp control in 4 wheel drive

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  1. wedgetail

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    :):)Hi guys, I am back again for a little help if you have time.

    I have bought a Sestos DIS-2R-24 temperature controller off Ebay. I was told it was simple to wire in but I am having a lot of trouble. I can get the display to light up but that is about all. It is a 12v - 24v controller and I am fitting it (trying to) into my Landrover Discovery. The standard temp gauge failed and it has just cost me a fortune in cylinder head work etc etc to get it going again. I want to totally avoid this problem in the future if I can. I would like the Buzzer to go off at 98 degrees celsius.:(:(

    I have an address from the manufacturer that shows all the info that you guys might need. I will put the address here as I am not sure if the image will show up.

    http://www.sestos-hk.com/english/download/d1s-en.pdf

    On the bottom left hand side of the PDF document is the schematic for the DIS-2R. Thats the one. If you could tell me where the 12v buzzer connects. Where the power (- and +) connect and where the sensor connects then that would be great. The diagram has numbered connectors. I am pretty sure 10 is positive and 9 is negative input from the 12v car supply.

    Also, on the right upper side of the document is the 'Settings and function description'. This has me totally bamboozled as i just don't know the language that you guys use. I know the Sn (input sensor) is set to '0' because it is a K type sensor I bought.

    Please treat me like an idiot because I am!! I hope you guys have the time to help me and I appreciate any help you give me. Thank you and have a beaut day - Gerry (wedgetail):):)
     
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