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post #1 of 14 Old 01-30-2013, 02:07 PM Thread Starter
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Autometer or Isspro?

I currently have three Isspro gauges in my '02 f250. (Boost,EGT,Trans Temp)

I am considering using my income tax return for three more gauges (Oil temp, water temp, oil pressure)

Just wanted some opinions on which route to take this time regarding autometer or isspro.

I have been happy with my isspros so far, very easy to read. Trans gauge acts a little screwy sometimes but not too bad.

I have been looking at autometers GS series or isspros EV2

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I have EV2's. Never had a problem with them. I think that great

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+1 on the EV2. I'd match another set just to keep it uniform if you plan on adding.


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I'd match another set just to keep it uniform if you plan on adding.
Yeah that is what I was kind of leaning toward. Just didn't know if anyone had tried both and swayed toward autometer.
Matching isn't a huge concern though, they both look somewhat similar. Plus I am thinking I am going to go with the overhead pod (Over the rear view mirror). Since they won't be in close proximity to each other I figured it wouldn't be too obvious in the event of going with autometer. I'm not into cosmetics enough to only consider isspro.

Maybe I'll smoke it over awhile...I might get lucky and catch one on sale.
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How do these gauges hook up to the truck if I may ask? Been thinking about getting a set for both of my Fords.
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How do these gauges hook up to the truck if I may ask? Been thinking about getting a set for both of my Fords.
I really can't enlighten you on this. My gauges came with instructions, which seemed pretty complete and concise. I opted to have them put in by the guy that does repairs on my truck that I don't feel comfortable with. I figured he would do a quicker and cleaner job than me.
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I'll do some poking around in here later. I'm sure there is a thread somewhere. If anyone has an answer though I would appreciate it. Thanks Pipewrench.
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For how they hook up take a looks at the 2 links below. The forst one is basically everything you need to know regarding the 7.3L wiring, and locations for all the senrors. The second link if an install on a 6.4L but we're running the EV2's so yu can see how each EV2 gets wired (daisey-chained)
Gauge Installations at DieselManor- 1999-2003 7.3L Powerstroke
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