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    Question Loose boost guage fix?

    Hello all,
    Ive had my car for about a month or two now and have always had the boost guage read a little low when the engine is off as the picture below shows.

    Does anyone know how to adjust it so it reads more acurrately?

    Thanks,
    Chris
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    seems normal to me
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    You dont see how its reading about a half/pound low?

    Anyone have any fixes?

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    from the looks of it, looks like you've got the OEM Lamco boost gauge. They usually mount those on the right side. Anyways, I think you should take it to the dealership to have it checked under warrantee.
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