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install gauges (auto meter ) where do i hook boost hose to was told map sensor if so where is it located also where to install tranny temp gauge for auto trans tjis is all for 02 ford f250

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Re: map sensor location

passengerside firewall..hose runs between MAP sensor and intake horn.

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is installation about the same as faq says under gauge install for 94 -97 even though mine is an 02 is trans sending unit to install trans temp in sam location as picture in faq sorry dont know how to make it a link to put it in post

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Re: map sensor location

Lay down underneath the truck and look at the driver side of the tranny pan. You should see a small bolt that is the same size as the tranny temp sender...it goes there.

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anywhere i can see a picture of boost hose where your supposed to teed in to i think i found it but not for sure thanks
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anywhere i can see a picture of boost hose where your supposed to teed in to i think i found it but not for sure thanks

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