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I have the common three gauges (boost (35 psi) trans temp and 1500° egt) that I installed last spring. I had no problems until a few weeks ago when my gauges would not shut off and the electronic ones would keep running their start-up sweep. I unplugged the EGT gauge and everything returned to normal. I then emailed glowshift (thinking this would be an ordeal) and explained the situation to them. Much to my surprise, they got back to me the next day to further inquire about what was going on. They asked me to do one test, supply power to the constant power wire and a ground to see if the gauge would turn on which it did and shouldn't. I then was told to send the gauge back to them. This part of their policy I don't like but it was written before I bought them but if it is longer than 30 days, you have to cover shipping back to glowshift even if the gauge is found to be defective. It wasn't much, under 5 bucks, and they replaced the gauge and had it back to me in 2 days. They didnt run circles or dodge questions so I feel it was very good customer service. Remember, these gauges are made overseas so quality control isn't the best. It is a price to pay for a more affordable gauge. All in all, for what I do with my truck, they work great. If I was pushing my truck to the limits of my build, I would opt for a more reputable gauge, but if you just want to keep an eye on things I say go for it.
Oh, I have the black series 7 gauges. I have heard the tinted ones suck to see and I wouldn't spend the money on the elite 10's. They don't seem worth it to me.
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