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As you may well know, there are mechanical and electronic boost gauges; I am running the electronic. There is a MAP sensor in the engine bay, and wire(s) that run to the boost gauge. purely, electronic.
the MAP sensor that controls the gauge is, at least in appearance, identical to the ones I have had in my GM cars and the ones shown in pictures(see link above). the only question is; is it a 3BAR?
I suppose I will find out tonight when I compare to the #s on the website. That is assuming that it is an authentic GM part, which it probably isn't. Perhaps it uses the same/similar markings if I am lucky.
Last edited by JMunilla94RX7; 02-01-05 at 01:16 PM.
I agree it should be easy to tell, if I had a battery in my car. I was just wondering if anyone had an idea or has done it before. I hope it has some distinctive markings that will help me out. I am pretty sure that it is. How else would it read up to 2bar boost?
[sarcasm] I am a pioneer. I feel so special. yay! me. [/sarcasm]