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This is a discussion on prosport boost gauge sender Q within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; sup guys, i probably read all threads about boost gauge. I just got my prosport electronic boost gauge yesterday. the ...

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    prosport boost gauge sender Q

    sup guys, i probably read all threads about boost gauge.
    I just got my prosport electronic boost gauge yesterday.
    the sender has 3 wires:: red for 12v, black for ground, and other one to the gauge. my question is here since nobody else mentioned that sender also needed a 12v power source. gauge itself needs 12v, and sender needs 12v? Can I spice those two 12v wires to one 12v power source? or should i spice into two different powers?

    thanks

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    Ya it should work if you splice it to the same power.



    I see your from Dallas. I live in Fort Worh.
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    I spliced into the clock radio with both. So in other words i ran the 12v wire from gague to clock and spliced the 12v wire for sender into 12v gauge wire. Works fine.

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    cool~
    thanks for the replies!!!

    lot of suby owners in ft worth?
    i never see any wrx in dallas area

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    boost gauge is giving me off readings.
    i used the air filter which was supplied by prosport.
    should i not use it? maybe the air filter is making the incorrect readings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by unethikl View Post
    boost gauge is giving me off readings.
    i used the air filter which was supplied by prosport.
    should i not use it? maybe the air filter is making the incorrect readings?
    No I think it's common for the elctronic boost gauge to be off. Mine is off i think by a psi. It doesnt' make a difference to me. I can survive with it being a psi off for what i paid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skibum761 View Post
    No I think it's common for the elctronic boost gauge to be off. Mine is off i think by a psi. It doesnt' make a difference to me. I can survive with it being a psi off for what i paid.
    I don't know about you but that would bother me.

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