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This is a discussion on Boost Gauge Problem within the Cockpit and Cabin forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; Originally posted by scoolbuzz Vacu-Tite! Part number: 47332 1/4" x 1/8" x 1/4" @ Autozone THANK YOU!!! I've been waiting ...

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    Originally posted by scoolbuzz
    Vacu-Tite! Part number: 47332 1/4" x 1/8" x 1/4" @ Autozone
    THANK YOU!!! I've been waiting for that for like a week! You're a life saver

    -Blue
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    Still way too stock.

    Originally posted by MidnightFLAT4
    I like A/C for the sole reason that it makes the idle sound meaner.

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    Originally posted by Blue2004WRX
    THANK YOU!!! I've been waiting for that for like a week! You're a life saver

    -Blue
    Sorry I wasn't able to give it to you earlier. I just found the package. Good thing I hold onto stuff like that!

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    Yeah, very good thing. Now I just gotta find an autozone... do they sell online?

    -Blue
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    Originally posted by MidnightFLAT4
    I like A/C for the sole reason that it makes the idle sound meaner.

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    Originally posted by Blue2004WRX
    Yeah, very good thing. Now I just gotta find an autozone... do they sell online?

    -Blue
    Yes, they also allow you to search for a store:

    Autozone

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    That part number is for a carburetor. And I can't find anything by typing in Vacu-Tite. Any other suggestions?

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    Last edited by Blue2004WRX; 08-08-2003 at 12:38 PM.
    --2004 WRB WRX--
    Still way too stock.

    Originally posted by MidnightFLAT4
    I like A/C for the sole reason that it makes the idle sound meaner.

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    Originally posted by Blue2004WRX
    That part number is for a carburetor. And I can't find anything by typing in Vacu-Tite. Any other suggestions?

    -Blue
    Try: 371013 47332

    Those are the numbers on the receipt. The first one might be Autozone's part number, the second one is the part number on the item.

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    reset ecu

    I know this thread is old but, Is it necessary to reset the ecu after boost gauge instll? I installed my boost gauge and everything seems to be reading normal. I'm not questioning anybody's knowledge here, just curious, and also what is the benefit of resetting the ecu? Thanks a lot in advance to any reply.

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    No, for something like a boost gauge, you don't need to reset the ECU. It helps to reset the ECU after doing any mods that add power, or even change something a little. Boost gauge shouldn't do this, if properly installed.

    Resetting the ECU helps it 'learn' quicker.... the timing corrects itself much faster after being reset.

    If you want to read more on it, type in "Vishnu reset" into the search engine.
    --2004 WRB WRX--
    Still way too stock.

    Originally posted by MidnightFLAT4
    I like A/C for the sole reason that it makes the idle sound meaner.

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