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This is a discussion on Boost gauge help within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So a couple weeks ago i blew a vacuum line and at the same time that happened my boost gauge ...

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    Boost gauge help

    So a couple weeks ago i blew a vacuum line and at the same time that happened my boost gauge starting registering "0" constantly. I assumed when i fixed the vacuum line that it would return to normal but it's still stuck on "0'. So i checked around the t splitter(not sure on technical name) and couldnt find any leaks so what else should check? does the gauge need to somehow be reset? its a cobalt boost gauge and its in a three gauge pod on the center of my dash
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    sounds like the boost gauge is just no longer connected to the vacuum lines. Check all the lines going to the gauge and see what's up.
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