Vacuum Gauges And Their Uses

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Vacuum Gauges And Their Uses

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T4WD augury?
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Nice info
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I am about to install a vac gauge. Anyone know if there's a spot on the manifold to tap into? Otherwise, best option seems to be T into PCV hose.
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Simon, I would go off of one of these ones (circled in purple, at the front of the intake manifold):

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