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Vacuum Gauge Connection

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    Vacuum Gauge Connection

    Wanted to try here also, can you fellas with a vacuum gauge tell me where you hooked into the ls1 at. Some are using the brake power booster, but that just seems wrong. Thanks.

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    Senior Member bills98ta's Avatar
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    That would work. Get a T fitting with a reducer for the gauge.

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    Senior Member mrr23's Avatar
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    you can use the AC controls vacuum line off the back of the intake. little fun getting to it, but it's small enough.

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    Is this for permanent mounting or just diagnostics? If it's permanent, any of the above methods. For diagnostics, I've used the port on the driver side behind the TB where the EVAP solenoid hooks to.

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