3 Gauges above steering wheel areMVrzr said:What do all of your gauges monitor and what are your switches for?
BlackBart said:Sean,a57chevy43 said:
Sorry buddy, I couldn't find the sales slips, but here more pics, if they would help you.
When you install the sensors
Remove the clutch cover and the primary clutch, making certain to move your drive belt out of the way. This will serve 2 purposes.
1. It makes it much easier to access the small cramped space you have to work in
2. When you cut the radiator hose, cut the one going to the pump in the straight part going down toward the skid plate. Use a couple of fairly strong clamps to prevent dumping ALL the antifreeze. I probably only lost about 1 cup. By removing the primary clutch and moving the belt, you can save yourself some cleanup and cleanout time, in case the antifreeze squirts out when you make your cut. I DIDN'T DO THIS and I DID get a good squirt.
Give the threads on all the fittings teflon tape. Don't be skimpy, this could save you some leaks later on.
When you install the hose connector, if the ends that will be inserted into the radiator hose are smooth, take a file and rough them up, so they will get a better grip inside the hose. Also, before installing the clamps on either end, take some electrical tape(sticky both sides, NOT the slick type) and wrap the ends of the hose where the connectors will be located.
This will provide a better bite and prevent the clamps from wearing into the hose.
I placed both the sensor wires going from the engine into a small wire loom and routed them back under the seats, then forward under the drivers side following some of the existing wiring.
NO NEED to drop SKID plate, JUST remove your center console.(MUCH EASIER)
Kind of lengthy post, but I hope it helps.