Ho do one install a boost Gauge?
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    Ho do one install a boost Gauge?

    Can anoyne give me some direction on how to install a boost gauge on my WRX?

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    Cool more answers, more problems

    what brand gauge ? i have an autometer boost gauge and have it molded where my ash tray was. the black (-) wire is connected to the 12v acc. plug wire via quick splice. the red wire (+) is connected to the #10 pin wire (Yellow/Green Fuse & Relay Box, Fuse No. 9 (15A) (ACC - Switched Power) but could also be connected to the red acc. plug wire. as for the reader/boost hose i ran it through an avaliable hole in the fire wall and used the supplied t fitting and some extra hose i had to connect it between the bov and its vaccume hose. and neatly hiding it under the intercooler. hope this helps if not send me any questions and by the way you should try the search option on the site b/c no matter where you go you will most likely catch some crap if you dont look before you ask something. just a lil extra advice.

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    thanks man, you the best,,,,

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