So I had my isspro
EV1 gauges for less than a year. The all of a sudden my trans gauge would read 190 after like 2 minutes of driving and would then bounce all over the place, pretty worthless. My pyro would also peg itself in the morning and would work normally till EGT's got to around 400 where it would stick.
So I bust out the video camera, some lighter fluid, candles, a cat to sacrifice, and a sheared lamb and start to make a sacrifice to the Autometer god's as I burn the isspro
gauges in a funeral pyre.
At this point as im rolling the seer stones on the ground to see which child of mine will hold the sacrifice in the pyre and be ignited, my daughters runs out saying there is a thing called a "warranty".
Slightly happy, but disappointed this perfectly good pyre would NOT be put to use today, I decided to try the warranty and save the pyre in hopes my drunk neighbors backs her car into by bumper again and passes out after hitting her head on the steering wheel. The pyre could easily be moved to under her car.
I try email but nothing, then see Micheal is an isspro
engineer, I figure why not ill give him a PM. I expected the PM back to be a mathematical equation, or something on par with those esoteric puzzles like in the da vinci code. Instead he tells me to check the ohms on the trans gage, and I bumble along outside.
Of course my wife on one of her drunk binges from me spending all the money on polished sheer stones and hookers, put the volt meter in an outlet trying to fry herself but only accomplished frying my DMM fuse. I look outside hoping there is a green taurus backed into my truck but no avail, I head to radio shack and am back in action.
The ohms were way off, so I tell Micheal and he says no worries we will ship you out a new probe, and amp boxes for both gauges. 1.5 weeks later nothing. Im willing to believe USPS lost it because well they are USPS, besides loosing packages what else do they do, oh yeah they deliver them now and then. Tell Micheal and 2 days later UPS drops off a nice package. Hook up the new amp boxes and new trans probe and all is well.
My trans gauge will actually move in a believable manner and the needle wont flop around like that time I had a seizure when the really hot "working" girl went down on me.
The pyro no longer pegs, only issue is it reads about 150F cooler than it did before. This might be because I soldered the wires from the pyro and before had used but connectors, but it no longer sticks and pegs whenever it feels like.
Will your isspro
gauges break like mine? Probably not, infact I think no one here has complained of it, but its nice to know that if they do for whatever reason, isspro
and Micheal have your back.
So now im a proud owner of an isspro
EV2 fuel pressure gauge, and due to the lovely experience will be getting EV2 water and oil temp gauges, and will NOT be using my pyre and purchasing autometer.