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post #1 of 20 Old 03-08-2013, 10:09 AM Thread Starter
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I just bought a 3 gauge kit is it hard to install egt probe where should I install it if in exhaust manifold where at 94 f250 PSD
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Not a hard install at all. Just drill/tap and then screw the bung/probe in.

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Not a hard install at all. Just drill/tap and then screw the bung/probe in.
dont forget to use a vucume to dispose of the metal shavings!
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dont forget to use a vucume to dispose of the metal shavings!
You can do that, but it really isn't completely necessary. Most of the shavings will fall out down/out while drilling.

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Can anyone send me a pic of where to mount it at
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Can anyone send me a pic of where to mount it at
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I dont have a picture handy but if you slide under your truck, its not too difficult to see. I put my bung in the collector of the manifold, i.e farther back towards the uppipe from the bottom. Doing it from the bottom the shavings fall down and out instead of into the manifold potentially causing harm to your turbo. When tapping just go nice and easy, half a turn forward, 1 turn back etc. The more you clean out the tap and threads the lesser chance of breaking a tap in the manifold.

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mine is in drivers side manifold on top where it was easy to get to used lots of grease on drillbit and tap had engine running so exhaust pressure would blow any other chips out.

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Which location is more accurate temp reading wise? On top or on the bottom?

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