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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemihackman View Post
    Had to be - when I put on my Procharger- I had to get one of those vacuum tees. Spliced in between vacuum booster and intake. With that reading you would have had no power assist brakes.
    Yea mine was just a minor electrical issue. Fixed it and it works perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrokedRT View Post
    Well I found the problem, with the electric gauges the power has to be hooked to a switched ignition that does not cut power when cranking. It has a self zeroing sensor and when the power is interrupted it takes the reading at that moment as zero.

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    Where did you locate the power source that doesn't turn off when cranking? Thanks.
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    I followed jays way on my car works great and has ports for more power

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    Thanks for the link, I'm planning to run a relay powered fuse block to the dash and the video is very helpful. We're you able to find a switched power source that does not cut off power when starting the car? I'm beginning to think there isn't any and looking for some kind of workaround.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rottyfan View Post
    Thanks for the link, I'm planning to run a relay powered fuse block to the dash and the video is very helpful. We're you able to find a switched power source that does not cut off power when starting the car? I'm beginning to think there isn't any and looking for some kind of workaround.
    I hooked it to the cigarette lighter port, switched the fuse to constant power, and just put a toggle switch where one of the heated seat switches went.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rottyfan View Post
    Thanks for the link, I'm planning to run a relay powered fuse block to the dash and the video is very helpful. We're you able to find a switched power source that does not cut off power when starting the car? I'm beginning to think there isn't any and looking for some kind of workaround.
    Yes that diesel pcm fuse under the fuse box does not cut power. I have the auto meter gushes and no issues. It is hot as soon as the ignition is turned on . One thing I would suggest is maybe getting the BIGGER distribution pc. They have the 3 or 4 panel and a 9. Which I would have went with the bigger

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