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    2004 HEAD/CAM CTS-V 9t8z28's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtLarge View Post
    I just went to Radio Shaft and bought 3 of the smallest DPST switches with bat handles I could find. Wired them up before the gauges and after the signal source. The computer has a seperate left and right bank so you need two wires from there. Just make sure your banks match for A/F mixture and head temperature. The head, oil and tranny are single sources. Just just wire them whichever way makes sense to you and I'm talking about left and right throw of the switches.

    I wish they made a gauge pod for the passenger side. I see a company called Glowshift has a generic for that but I haven't tried it and I doubt the angles would look identical but reversed to the ones we have now. They are only $18 so I may try it just for grins.
    Here's a really crappy photo of my setup.

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    just noticed you have a nitrous guage how do I go about hooking mine uo I also have an autometer mechanical nitrous guage but where do I hook it up to on my zex LT1 dry kit please? Do I need a t or split connector? thank you sov ery much for any help you can be of

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtLarge View Post
    Here's a really crappy photo of my setup.

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    Hello what colour is your interior on your trans am? dark gray (charcoal or black)

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefos View Post
    Hello what colour is your interior on your trans am? dark gray (charcoal or black)
    I have A/F L & R , Head Temp L & R, and Tran / Oil Temp with a Charcoal gray and taupe trim interior.

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    whats the difference between the wideband and narrowband o2 sensor/guages?

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    Easier for the Trans temp is to put the sender into the test port on the A4. Its located on the drivers side, up twoards the top of the tranny. Autometers sending unit will screw right in without any adapters or drilling. It may register a little bit (maybe 10-15*) hotter because its near the housing, but I didnt want to drill my pan.



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