Electronic Gauges, Signal wire taps...anyone?
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    Electronic Gauges, Signal wire taps...anyone?

    Well, after an exhausting search I have found more than enough information on tapping for the ground and lighting wires to my gauges.(Boost, EGT, Oil pressure).

    But now, if anyone could tell me what signal wires I need to tap for the Boost and Oil pressure gauges I would appreciate it. Both are electronic.

    Thanks in advance.

    BTW, I got a 60mm Greddy Boost gauge in the AVO pod near the drivers side a-pillar, and the Auto-meter Bezel V2 with the EGT and Oil pressure greddy gauges. I still want to sand and paint the bezel flat black/dark gray to bring it near stock color. And I have to find some way to attach the rubber shield that goes around the steering column. I will post pictures of the process and results if anyone is interested.
    2004 STi

    Blitz DTT-DCII
    COBB Stage 2
    Invidia Catless DP
    HKS Hiper Cat-back
    Greddy: EGT, Boost, Oil Press Gauges
    Perrin Oil Catch Can

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    I'm pretty sure that your electronic gauges come with the appropiate pressure senders. YOu'll have to use them.

    You still need to splice into the fuel pressure regulator line for the boost gauge to connect the MAP sensor


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