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Old 03-13-2008, 05:21 PM
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Question Where does boost gauge hook up at???

Does anyone have picture of where on the motor the boost line that hooks to the gauge goes to on the motor I have no idea, people say something about where your map plugs in but I have no idea where that is??
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The map sensor is on the passenger side of the engine bay. You should have 2 rubber hoses running to it. You can buy a "T" fitting and cust one of the rubber hoses and hook it up that way. I don't have any pictures but I can try and get some of the 95 I use to have.
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