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Old 03-15-2014, 12:27 AM   #1
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Gauge Pod Question

I have an AEM air/fuel gauge I want to install but I'm looking for a single A-pillar gauge pod. The only thing I can seem to find for 99-04 mustangs are double and triple gauge pods on the A-pillar. Has anyone found a single gauge pod that works for our cars?
Auto Meter makes a single pod that is titled for mustangs but in their description, it says it's used for Lightning trucks so I'm not it would work. Any input is appreciated, thanks.
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I grabbed a cheap one from the auto store and used a heat gun to mold it to the stock a-pillar. That would he your only other option. Unless you look at a mount for the dash, or steering column....
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Why not just get a dual pod. You can pick up a decent oil pressure gage for like $60. Then you don't have to rely on the factory idiot gage

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Why not just get a dual pod. You can pick up a decent oil pressure gage for like $60. Then you don't have to rely on the factory idiot gage

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This is a good point.
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Why not just get a dual pod. You can pick up a decent oil pressure gage for like $60. Then you don't have to rely on the factory idiot gage

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This is probably what I'll end up doing. I think I like the look of the dual pod instead anyway. I just didn't want to have to buy another gauge I felt like I didn't need. Thanks for the input guys.
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