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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-20-2010, 12:42 AM Thread Starter
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autometer hpop guage

anyone useing one of these yet they just released them from what i am told just picked one up for 160.00 i think that is a good price. hope to put it in this weekend.
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Re: autometer hpop guage

where does it how does it read information

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Re: autometer hpop guage

reads of of ipr you tie into the wires i think i didn't look real close yet
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Re: autometer hpop guage

Originally Posted by 99oilburner View Post
reads of of ipr you tie into the wires i think i didn't look real close yet
Can't. IPR is the actuator that attempts to control the pressure of the HPO. I say attempts because on a weak pump you'll set the CEL at WOT.
The gauge would have to T into the signal (and, to get the best results, the power return) of the ICP sensor in order to show the actual pressure.

I did something like that, but at the PCM for a few sensors. But I got sidetracked before I could get it any ways close to done.

I've not seen the autometer gauge personally, but if it's anything like the newer ISSPRO gauges (including the HPO gauge), it'll be good stuff.

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