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Feb 5, 11:52am - #97863 
temp and presure gauges help!

i have a temp and presure gauges i wanna know if n e one knows how to install it the instalation guide here don't help because i got those same instructions that came with the gauges i need to see some real picture so i can know where those that thing that looks like a little can goes conected to and all the other stuff that comes with the gauges i have a APC (american product company) so can n e one help me please i need to do this before feb 21


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Feb 5, 3:03pm - #97864 
what kind of temp and pressure gauges?


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Feb 5, 3:32pm - #97865 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
what kind of temp and pressure gauges?


oh sorry about that i thought i typed it they both are oil temp and presure gauge


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Feb 5, 3:47pm - #97866 
no... I think he means to ask if they are mechanichal or electronic gauges...


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Feb 5, 4:01pm - #97867 
Originally Posted by Rave669
no... I think he means to ask if they are mechanichal or electronic gauges...


sh!t i don't knwo sorry how can i find out i don't know much about gauges but i think they are electronic cause in the instructions it says "oil temperature gauge (electrical)" and "oil pressure gauge (electrical)" is that right and please don't tell me i buy the wrong ones


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Feb 5, 4:26pm - #97868 
ok...

i'm not sure how to wire up electrical oil temp and oil pressure... confused frown


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Feb 5, 4:37pm - #97869 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
ok...

i'm not sure how to wire up electrical oil temp and oil pressure... confused frown



what's the difference what does the electrical have that the mechanical don't? do you have a pic of a electrical and mechanical do i can tell you which one i have


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Feb 5, 4:56pm - #97870 
Originally Posted by sincere2883
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
ok...

i'm not sure how to wire up electrical oil temp and oil pressure... confused frown



what's the difference what does the electrical have that the mechanical don't? do you have a pic of a electrical and mechanical do i can tell you which one i have



You have electrical gauges, thats why its labeled as such. Mechanical gauges would bring oil into the cab via a hose where electrical gauges use an electronic sender, which you didn't buy by the sound of things. But even if you did you would still need a pro to install it.

My advice take them to a shop that know what to do.

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Feb 5, 5:24pm - #97871 
Originally Posted by Gen7fan
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ok...

i'm not sure how to wire up electrical oil temp and oil pressure... confused frown



what's the difference what does the electrical have that the mechanical don't? do you have a pic of a electrical and mechanical do i can tell you which one i have



You have electrical gauges, thats why its labeled as such. Mechanical gauges would bring oil into the cab via a hose where electrical gauges use an electronic sender, which you didn't buy by the sound of things. But even if you did you would still need a pro to install it.

My advice take them to a shop that know what to do.


yea i know thats what i wanted to know but the thing is that every shop around my town tell me " yea yea i know how to do it then they ask me whats that part whats this whats that so get this i whent to one guy to ask him if he new how to install a CAI and hes like wtf whats that i never herd of that i then i said "a Cold Air Intake " he still was lost then i show him and he was like yea i think i know how to i was like ok see you later and then i never whent back


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Feb 5, 6:10pm - #97872 
mechanical don't really work on the Celica because everything is done by electronics...

idk what gauges you have, so it's hard to help...

most of that stuff, i have no idea where it would go.


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Feb 5, 7:03pm - #97873 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
mechanical don't really work on the Celica because everything is done by electronics...

idk what gauges you have, so it's hard to help...

most of that stuff, i have no idea where it would go.


so will those work on the my car ? the oil temp and oil pressure?


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Feb 5, 7:44pm - #97874 
Originally Posted by sincere2883
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
mechanical don't really work on the Celica because everything is done by electronics...

idk what gauges you have, so it's hard to help...

most of that stuff, i have no idea where it would go.


so will those work on the my car ? the oil temp and oil pressure?


if electrical, yes


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