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post #111 of (permalink) Old 03-02-2018, 06:17 PM
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Originally Posted by gregb View Post
Stored in the glove box or center console. It does not need to be plugged in to learn. I only connect it when I want to change a setting.
I agree 100%. I have my FiTech monitoring block temperature where my temp gauge sensor was plugged in. I moved the temp gauge sensor to the top of the elbow for the heater hose that goes to the intake manifold. Works very well, and is pretty accurate.
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