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BMW Feb 10, 4:22pm - #396355 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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oil pressure gauge

does anyone know how to install a mechanical oil pressure gauges on our celicas...can it be done or do i have to get an electric one?
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VSGTS14 Feb 10, 7:25pm - #396356 

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i forget...i think it can be done
but electrical is much easier.

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GT4 Feb 11, 6:18am - #396357 

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Mechanical gauge is a bad idea.
I'm sure you don't want hot oil spraying all over inside the cabin.

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gumbyguy27 Feb 15, 6:01am - #396358 

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yeah,. it can be done. safely without chance of oil spill..but yeah. you have to get a super long oil hose.. about 6 feet if possible and there is a place you can connect it to your oil drain bolt. you may have to get a t way, or three way splitter, but you can get all that at pep boys! thumbsup although its kinda a hassle to do all this so i just went with the voltometer and the air fuel ratio gauge.
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