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Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Fallon, Nv
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Fuel psi gauge goes in the filter bowl, remove the brass colored round screw with an Allen wrench. But first, you'll need a metric to NPT adapter, I forgot where I got mine. DO NOT over torque, you WILL crack that housing, been there/done that. I just did an Auto Meter gauge, cost a few bucks, but it came with the sending unit. There are also wires under the dash above OBD to tap into for dimmer control, I'll look tomorrow.
As far as Scan Gauge goes, look at their website under X gauge, there is a pretty broad range of items it will monitor. The ONLY down side is that you have to manually enter information, not that big of a deal, esp considering how little they cost.
Karl and his 2003 6.0
Barefoot Accelerator Pedal
TRICO Force wiper blades
Yellow Military Aircraft Valve Stem Caps
Offensive "Stick Family" Decal
Big Ol'Honkin 1 1/4" Shank Receiver Hitch
WHAT!?! I was trying to list stuff that everyone else
hasn't already listed for their truck!
Last edited by Karls03; 02-11-2012 at 11:44 PM.