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Ww2 installed.... then broke my boost gauge

I have a electric isspro ev2 boost gauge. Got it for Xmas. Lastweek I installed my ww2 and 4in exhaust. I also unplugged Wastegate. This was all finished Friday 3/22. This am I was at a stop sign and my gauge was reading 10psi steady. Drove and it went up to 30ish. And stayed there. It keep doing this till it hit 60. Now it's stuck at 60. Turned truck off and back on. No fix. Checked the plug still good. I have it plugged into aih. I was thinking. Any ideas? Tomorrow I'm gonna check wires at gauge. Thanks.

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bad sensor ?

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Agree, bad sensor, gauge or wire. Boost should be zero at idle.

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Any way of testing for bad gauge or sensor?

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AIH delete
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Isspro has all the troubleshooting guides available, I have used them and found them to be very helpful, here is the link to the ev pressure gauge guide: http://www.isspro.com/TROUBLESHOOTIN...leshooting.pdf
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throw that electric gauge in the trash and put a MANUAL gauge on it....manifold pressure is
ONE thing you need to KNOW about......

the other is the Pyrometer....electric gauges SUCK.

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