Greddy Electronic Boost gauge instuctions in english

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Greddy Electronic Boost gauge instuctions in english

Postby GREAT_GTS » Wed Sep 29, 2004 6:03 am

Where i can find the Greddy Electronic Boost gauge instuctions in english cause it's all in Japanese.
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Postby Gary » Wed Sep 29, 2004 6:50 am

This might help a bit.

Cut the stock BPV vacuum line and insert the Greddy "Y" tee. Make sure the restrictor in the "Y" is pointing towards the Greddy boost sensor.

Mount the Greddy boost sensor on one of the battery hold down clap threads. There is plenty of threads sticking up. Slide the sensor on the rear bolt and use the supplied Greddy nut. Do not over tighten! The sensor is plastic and will break.

Run a piece of the supplied Vacuum line from the newly mounted sensor to your "Y" fitting. Carfully route the line and tie it securly with the supplied Zip ties.

Run the electrical wire from the Greddy boost sensor into the car by using the Rubber grommet located on the drivers side floor board. Lift up the floor mat and search behind the pedals until the grommet is found. Remove the grommet with a flat blade screw driver. Jack the drivers side of the car up using the OEM jacking points and Safety stands. Run the wire down the firewall and through the grommet into the cabin. You will have to cut a small hole in the grommet with an exacto knife. MAKE SURE the wire is not touching any components that may move or get hot. Secure the wire with zip ties and or use A cable cover for protection.

Plug the Greddy sensor wire into the greddy gauge only after you are sure on the placement. It can be removed but is a PITA to get the tab to let go. Use a small flat blade screwdriver for assistance.

Follow the Greddy instructions on hooking up the power harness. (I don't happen to have this at this time, so if anyone does have a copy, PM kastle) One wire goes to a constant 12 source on the fuse box, one wire goes to a switched 12 source such as the ignition and the last wire goes to the Alumination circuit. You can tie all three positive wires together if you want but the gauge will run at full brightness at all times. Find a clean grounding point to secure the black wire.
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Postby Gary » Wed Sep 29, 2004 6:52 am

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