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Old 05-05-2005, 06:06 PM   #15
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I just installed my new ISSPRO Trans Oil Temp Gauge today. I put the sender in the port on drivers side just in front of the selctor lever. I hope that's correct for a E4OD. I have my ISSPRO Pyro and Boost Gauge mounted in a pod the sits just above the heater controls and put the new Tranny Temp Gauge the in the 3rd hole. This gauge is electric and has a 2"x2" black box that all the wires eminate from and those wires were just barely long enough to reach the sender and the gauge. And I had to go under the 4x4 shifter boot because there wasn't enough wire loom to go out thru the firewall and then down to tranny. Hey ISSPRO, if you're listening, make both wire looms at least 2 ft. longer, Please. Oly1
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Old 05-10-2005, 04:59 AM   #16
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Isn't there any difference between diesel and gas trans, I noticed everyone who has diesels are responding. The person asking has a gas engine
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