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Join Date: Jan 2006
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I would recommend a gauge because they are more accurate and will let you know when a problem is beginning instead of letting you know when it is too late. If you can't convince him to get a gauge, you can buy a kit from one of the vendors here or I have also seen kits on ebay. If you want to make one you will need a "NC" pressure switch set at the psi you want the light to come on at. 5psi is the norm. You then wire it from a power source through the switch mounted in the fuel system post fuel filter then to the light you mount in the cab. That's it. It is pretty easy.
Thanks to sstockton for catching my brainfart.
2007 F350 CC 4x4, EGR delete, stock for now
Old truck :"01" Dodge 3500 DRW. Goerend Bros w/ triple disk, Edge Drag Comp, Jammer Stage 5's, Turnbuckle, Dakota Digital and ISSPRO Gauges, BHAF,4" FLO-PRO exhaust, Vulcan kit, Holley Blue Pump, TC Lockup Switch, Snow stage 2, a few more little bits in the works
377hp and 823tq @ Smokin' (with stage 3's/no drag upgrade)
"400" club wannabe