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    Boost Gauge Installation Need Help

    I just got a new boost gauge and i dont know where to run the line in the engine to?? any help its an 02 wrx. thanks
    Last edited by superwrx123; 08-31-2007 at 04:03 PM. Reason: Messed up wording

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    i have an 06 but i ran mine through the grommet behind the the brake pedal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brain juice View Post
    i have an 06 but i ran mine through the grommet behind the the brake pedal.
    As does everyone. It's a horible place but much easier than anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not-EWRX View Post
    As does everyone. It's a horible place but much easier than anything else.
    I ran mine through the 'hidden' grommet, underneath the brake booster.. lol

    "T" the hose in at the intake manifold. I chose the evap checkvalve area, front-right-center of intake manifold, just to the right of the alternator (on my 02).
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