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This is a discussion on 52mm Autometer Phantom Gauge in A/C Vent... within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Ok so many have asked, but none got any answers... Anyone have any detailed info on installing the Boost Gauge ...

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    52mm Autometer Phantom Gauge in A/C Vent...

    Ok so many have asked, but none got any answers...

    Anyone have any detailed info on installing the Boost Gauge into the lefthand side a/c vent..?? I've searched EVERYWHERE but can't find any info on installation, but see many people with the gauge installed...

    Is it as simple as just removing front part of dash, removing a/c vent, and placing gauge in there..?? This is for a friend of mine with an 03' wrx, an me being the honda guy don't kno to much about these things but i'm willing to learn/help... Thanks...

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    i had mine in my vent above the stereo, it didnt fit the greatest but worked till i got my pod, as far as putting it in the ac vent im not sure, i looked at doing that but have no idea how to run the wires up to there
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