• Vaccuum Gauge Install
  • Started by krux303
Vaccuum Gauge Install
on: June 20, 2009, 06:30:53 PM
« Last Edit: December 31, 1969, 04:00:00 PM by Guest »
To do this is a very simple process.

1. Buy a Autometer gauge or good brand just as equivalent.

2. Within the package you will receive the gauge itself with a plastic hard line.

3  You want to route the plastic hard line to the back of the intake manifold(Were the throttle body is connected to). With this you will see a couple of big vacuum lines in the back. You want to to tap into one that read's vacuum and t off from that. With this running the new t-part to the gauge itself. Make sure you put the line you took off the IM on the t as well.

4. Run that hard line back to the gauge routing it through the firewall or your preference. With this the car should read around -25inch of vacuum.

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