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Old 07-10-2012, 11:54 AM   #1
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I am getting my motor wired back up and I'm running EFI. What sensors do I need to keep so the ECU will operate properly. I want to run separate water, oil and fuel pressure gauges. I see there is a couple different coolant sensors and air change temp. I also have mass air.
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You need to keep all of the factory sensors.
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Ok so I can leave my oil sensor unplugged so I can run an oil pressure gauge right. Also which coolant sensor location do I use for the water temp gauge.
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Ok so I can leave my oil sensor unplugged so I can run an oil pressure gauge right. Also which coolant sensor location do I use for the water temp gauge.
Use a tee in the oil line and leave the factory sensor connected.
You can put the sensor for your aftermarket temp gauge in the top of the thermostat housing.
It may or may not be threaded. If not you will have to drill and tap it to the size you need.
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