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Old 02-03-2010, 06:04 PM
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just installed dieselsite press relief valve

Yeah so I just installed the aforementioned valve, and it fixed the defueling and ses light due to overboosting - just like you guys said it would. Now I am waiting until my gauges come in Friday before I turn my tune back up -to be safe. I took you guys advice on the valve, but I'm afraid to say that I made a boo-boo on the gauges. I let my budget make my decision, and didnt do some thread searching. I wound up with the dreaded Glow**** - I mean Glowshift gauges. I hope they will at least work till I can get a better gauge set. Anyways, just confessing my sins to the PSD gods in hopes of forgiveness...
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Old 02-03-2010, 09:34 PM
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Those guages will be good enough to hold you over until you find some you like better. Or you can send the Glowshifts back and save up a little more for some Autometers or Isspros.
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Old 02-04-2010, 05:26 AM
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How hard was that 05' front end conversion to install on your truck?
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It wasn't hard at all. Hardest part was finding the takeoff from bumper. I found it as a complete takeoff of an 06 and the top plastic cover was black. Had it stripped and painted white and then it all went on in less than an hour. I decided to trim the header panel in order to make the 05 lights fit, you can either do that or buy a header panel to fit the 05-07 and they fit right in.
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