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Gen7fan Aug 15, 8:11pm - #36403 
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extra gauge install

I've asked this a few times and I've searched all over the web for this. How Do You Install Gauges (oil pressure, volt, whatever)!!!!!!!!!!! I would like to know how to do it before i get them. I would also like to avoid paying someone to do it if its easy enough for me to do. Please help guys, I know some of you have them so let me know how to do it.
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spaztikid Aug 15, 8:15pm - #36404 
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good question... and to answer you...i dont know. grin
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Gen7fan Aug 15, 9:15pm - #36405 
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spaztikid Aug 15, 9:19pm - #36406 
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sorry. I really would like to know though.
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Gen7fan Aug 15, 9:22pm - #36407 
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Then just say so, no need to whore, you count will get up soon enough.


Come on guys I know you know how to do this. RicePowered don't make me call you out, we talked about this but I would love details. Someone step up to the plate and help out.


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VSGTS14 Aug 15, 11:22pm - #36408 

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I would like to know also...
I am having toyota install mine tomorrow...along with my help...
I have oil pressure and water temperature...
so something that tells me how to do this would be great...
or can i just follow autometer's website on how to do it?

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Karrion28 Aug 16, 5:15am - #36409 
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RicePowered Aug 16, 5:21am - #36410 
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uh ... follow the directions that come with the gauge.

lollol

Well for me, I have a A/F and Voltmeter. Simple electrical hookups. No splicing into hoses to add a T-section in and a sensor. If you are mechanical inclined and have good comman sense, they should be easy to do.

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isaac Aug 16, 9:37pm - #36411 
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Originally Posted by RicePowered
Well for me, I have a A/F and Voltmeter. Simple electrical hookups. No splicing into hoses to add a T-section in and a sensor. If you are mechanical inclined and have good comman sense, they should be easy to do.


Rice is correct... I know NOTHING about cars - but I am careful when I take things apart, to watch how they should be put back together again - i even take photos so that if I forget, I can always look back on how It had been done.

So, to quote Rice, "If you are mechanical inclined and have good comman sense, they should be easy to do" thumbsup

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VSGTS14 Aug 16, 10:09pm - #36412 

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Originally Posted by RicePowered
uh ... follow the directions that come with the gauge.

lollol

Well for me, I have a A/F and Voltmeter. Simple electrical hookups. No splicing into hoses to add a T-section in and a sensor. If you are mechanical inclined and have good comman sense, they should be easy to do.



what happens when you have a Japanese manufactured product?
like i do...Blitz

it doesn't matter to me, my toyota dealer knows what they are doing...they know how to do everything.
The guy is setting mine up really nice and is reworking all the wiring I had done... grin

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isaac Aug 16, 10:39pm - #36413 
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Quote:
what happens when you have a Japanese manufactured product?
like i do...Blitz


alot of the stuff in my house is japanese manufactured...
it doesnt mean that I wouldnt know how to opperate it

Toaster, Macrowave, Television, Radio, Telephone/Celphone, Some DJ Gear, House Fan... My Toyota...etc thumbsup

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isaac Aug 16, 10:40pm - #36414 
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BTW... my bomex power Mirrors were made in Japan and have the instructions all written in Japanese... but the wire colors were all the same as they are here in the USA - so install was simple - I just used common sense spineyes

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VSGTS14 Aug 16, 11:06pm - #36415 

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Quote:
what happens when you have a Japanese manufactured product?
like i do...Blitz


alot of the stuff in my house is japanese manufactured...
it doesnt mean that I wouldnt know how to opperate it

Toaster, Macrowave, Television, Radio, Telephone/Celphone, Some DJ Gear, House Fan... My Toyota...etc thumbsup

Are you drunk this morning? you're making a lot of stupid comments angry [/quote]

Isaac...that doesn't compare to what I am explaining.
Blitz are japan manufactured gauges...
mine are direct from Japan...all JAPANESE writing on the instructions...

as for the drinking thing...it is not this morning anymore and my friend pissed me off so a lot of stuff bugged me...lol!
I am ok now...
I only made a couple stupid comments on some threads man calm down. grin

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