How to install boost gauge to A pillar?
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    Registered User Aerophyre's Avatar
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    How to install boost gauge to A pillar?

    Whats a good way to install a boost gauge to the A pillar? I already know how to hook it up under the hood im mainly concerned about getting the hose up through the dash to the pod. Thanks.

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    Registered User 20wrx02's Avatar
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    South East Mass
    i got mine on the a pillar - i ran the hose thru the fire wall on the driver side


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    Registered User kingb333's Avatar
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    Take off your stock A-pillar, and then remove your under dash. You need to tap it into the lighting for your parking light wire. If you remove the under steering wheel panel, you will see a set of wires on the left side of the steering column. There should be a plug. If you have a multimeter, use it and test the wires when you have the lights on and when you have the lights off until you find the right wire. Splice into that and then run a ground. There is a rubber grommet right in between the clutch and the brake on the floor. Run the vaccuum line through that. If you remove the under dash panel partially, you will have access to the underside and make it a lot easier to run the vaccuum line up through the A-pillar, and the lighting wires up through the A-pillar.

    PM me if you need more instructions.


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