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Old 08-17-2009, 07:33 PM
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hey my buddy has a 2000 350 w/7.3 and he wants to know where he should put his probes and everything he has boost, egt, and tranny and he has the zf 5 or 6 speed i cant remember any help would be helpful thanks
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Old 08-17-2009, 07:34 PM
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boost goes on the cool side of the intercooler and egt goes in the manifold before the turbo
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normally people who have standards dont use tranny gauges. But the EGT needs to go in the driver side manifold and the boost line in the MAP sensor line
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normally people who have standards dont use tranny gauges. But the EGT needs to go in the driver side manifold and the boost line in the MAP sensor line
where is the map sensor located on these trucks a can find it on my obs just not that one?
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Old 08-17-2009, 07:44 PM
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where is the map sensor located on these trucks a can find it on my obs just not that one?
maybe it doesnt have one...i will have to check my dads SD tomorrow...
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maybe it doesnt have one...i will have to check my dads SD tomorrow...
alright thanks man i didnt know his truck was even a manual and he told and i just and idk where to even put the on in there
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alright thanks man i didnt know his truck was even a manual and he told and i just and idk where to even put the on in there
no prob man...anytime.
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