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Old 01-28-2006, 03:07 PM   #1
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Default Installing Aeroforce gauge....have question.

I have the vent assy out of the car and I'm trying to take the moulding off.....the write up says it should pop right off but it seems to be hanging up on the bottom by the light/dim assy. Does that need to come out first? If so, how does it come out? I don't want to crack the plastic and it starting to make the cracking sound when I try to force it, so something isn't right......
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Yes remove the light switch first.
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ight=aeroforce
you can see in the second pic the mounting tabs for the switch assembly.
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Ok...! Nice write up btw....hope to have it all done this afternoon.
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All done! This gauge is sick! I love it
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Right on, glad you enjoy it.
Did you go top hole or bottom, just curious?
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Right on, glad you enjoy it.
Did you go top hole or bottom, just curious?
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Right on, glad you enjoy it.
Did you go top hole or bottom, just curious?
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Bottom hole....same as in the write up...it works out because of where my hand is positioned when I drive it'* within very easy reach. The top hole would have been a little longer reach.
Went for an extended drive last night and still just can't get enough of it
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Right on, glad you enjoy it.
Did you go top hole or bottom, just curious?
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Bottom hole....same as in the write up...it works out because of where my hand is positioned when I drive it'* within very easy reach. The top hole would have been a little longer reach.
Went for an extended drive last night and still just can't get enough of it
cant get enough of it is right
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I want one of those gauges or 2. You guys with the 2000+ really have nice places to put them with the vents how they are.
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how about where your cig lighters are next to the boost gauge?
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