Question about 1992 Eagle Talon
First things first. Do not bother trying to use the stock boost gauge in that car, it runs off of the ECU and it estimates with small calculations what the PSI may be, the stock boost gauge is ushally 2-3 psi off.
What i recommend is getting yourself an aftermarket boost gauge you can get em used locally on craigslist or a cheapy one from a reputabile ebay power seller. or pick one up for 40-60$ from autozone.
After you do that mount it in a good location, they are very very simply to install, if yours does not come with an instruction paper, you can search boost guage install on dsmtuners.com or yahoo or google.
BUT BY ALL MEANS DO NOT TRY TO FIX THE STOCK GUAGE, YOU WILL NEVER KNOW THE ACTUAL PSI READING.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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