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post #1 of 4 Old 06-08-2008, 12:02 PM Thread Starter
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Pyro not working

Installed the probe for my pyro yesterday, and it's not reading anything on the gauge, it's actually down past zero, I put the a pillar gauges in a few weeks ago and with it unhooked it read around 200 degrees. they are autometer gauges, its a new sensor so is possible I ordered the wrong one? when I looked them up the only difference looked to be how they mounted in whether clamp or weld in. Any help would be much appreciated.

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did you attach the appropriate colored wires to the right screw? some pics of you install would help some more experianced members narrow down your problem. it is possible you got a bum probe. where was it mounted

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well first, make sure all wires match up, and your connections are good
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all wire colors match up, the probe is mounted in the driver side manifold

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