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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-22-2007, 10:00 PM Thread Starter
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I know there are tons of topics on how-to for gauges... but there all for the 6cyls... now i know it should mostly be the same... But i am curious if anyone out there can help me out.... I want the oil pressure, tranny temp, and probably the oil temp gauges for my 6i 4cyl... and i'm gonna go with the sport comp gauges but I wanna just buy EVERYTHHING i need all at once... if someone can help that has done this and knows EVERY part I need so I don't start and then have to run to the store 100 times I would be most appreciative. I'd paypal some money to!!

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OIl pressure can be almost any spot, oil temp I drilled my oil pan and installed the sensor there, but best accuracy.

THe transmission temp just install a T fitting into on the the lines.

All in all it's really easy to do and only the Oil temp one would be kind awkward for you.

If you want I'd suggest doing the oil filter spin on conversion with a relocation kit, this way you can use latger filters, and have easy oil changes.

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