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oOoLINoOo Mar 28, 8:47am - #137442 
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If you only can install 2 gauge, which one you would choose?

If you only can install 2 gauge, which one you would choose?
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cycocelica Mar 28, 8:49am - #137443 

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Steven Mar 28, 8:51am - #137444 
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oil temperature and oil pressure
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cycocelica Mar 28, 8:53am - #137445 

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any of these will be best air/fuel, voltmeter, electric water temp.
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Steven Mar 28, 9:15am - #137446 
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air/fuel is eye-candy, voltmeter is ok, and water temp is a good 3rd choice
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spaztikid Mar 28, 9:20am - #137447 
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pressure and volt.
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cycocelica Mar 28, 9:27am - #137448 

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Originally Posted by Steven
air/fuel is eye-candy, voltmeter is ok, and water temp is a good 3rd choice


haha ok...i was wrong i guess..sorry
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se7enmodgt20 Mar 28, 9:32am - #137449 
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oil press. & volt.
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daekyu1974 Mar 28, 8:29pm - #137450 

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Air/fuel meter might not work with your 04 GT. As far I know in personal experience and other people with 03 model air/fuel meter some reason messes with your ECU. CEL is common and even misfires. Not recommend it for 03+ models.
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fastceli2001 Mar 28, 9:16pm - #137451 

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nitrous and volt grin

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VSGTS14 Mar 28, 10:45pm - #137452 

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voltmeter and water temp

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hombredelassrtas Oct 30, 6:37pm - #137453 

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about abour/faul not working with 03+ is that the smae for gts??

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Rave669 Oct 30, 11:11pm - #137454 

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Why wouldn't it work on 03's? it is only tapping into O2 sensor. nothing to do with the drive by wire...

I've been running an a/f meter. I love it, great for diagnosing problems and to see on a pinch if you're leaning out. and it's causing no problems at all BTW. (of course, I have an '02 GTS)

Vac gauge is a good one to have right now with fuel costing so much. diagnose vacum leaks AND save gas, very handy.

Of course, I agree with others here that, if you could only install two gauges, oil pressure and oil temp are the way to go. oil is the lifeblood of the engine (especially the 2ZZ) and you should make those a priority.

I currently have A/F and Vac gauges in, I will be installing Oil Temp, Oil Pressure and Tranny fluid temp in the near future as well. Tranny temp is good if you run an auto thumbsup

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