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This is a discussion on boost gauge position within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; My dealer installed boost gauge annoys the hell out of me... it is nearly right in front of my gas ...

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    boost gauge position

    My dealer installed boost gauge annoys the hell out of me... it is nearly right in front of my gas gauge, and I am not real swift in the remembering to buy gas department sometimes. I need to see the gauge. Does anybody know if the boost gauge is easy to move? I'd like to tweak it over a little so it obscures the bottom of the tach instead of the gas and temp.

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    Its not too hard to move. Do a search on here for boost guage install. I put mine in a couple of years ago using the tutorial here and can't quite remember the particulars. I put mine on the right side.

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    Yeah I installed mine on the right side of the column, so it's only blocking the redline numbers on the tach. Works great. It should be easy to move it. Just pop the bottm of the column off (might be a screw), and then take the two screws out from underneath that are holding the top part of the column on and you should be able to lift it up enough to unscrew it and move it over. Not sure how the stock gauge is wired up with the vacuum line and all so I am not positive.
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