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Anyone know how to get the gauge to flow instead of it being sticky?? Mine wont go past 0 bar.Not sure if that makes any sense, but neither does the owners manual in japanese <IMG NAME="icon" SRC="http://www.vwvortex.com/zeroforum_graphics/screwy.gif" BORDER="0">
 

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Re: Blitz Boost Gauge users (B.G.)

Which fuses/sources did you tap for the live/sending unit? Did you probe them to make sure that they are providing the desired voltage levels? What does the gauge read at idle?<p>Please provide a synopsis of what the wires are supposed to be connected to,i.e., ACC, constant 12V, ignition, ground, etc., and which points you have tapped for each of these.<p>Does it zero out when the ignition is in position I and/or II?<p>Cheers,<p>J
 

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If you are talking about the delayed mode, press the first button to adjust the mode. There are 3 modes, "live" "choppy" and "delayed" Live is live, "choppy" = the needle sticks in place b4 updating and "delayed" = the needle stays in place for like 500ms or something b4 updating
 

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that is what i am talking about... Which one should i be in?? My autometer gauge in my s40 was smooth flowing...not this choppy nonsense.... Its not even going past 0 bar.<BR><BR>
<i>Modified by B.G. at 1:21 PM 5-12-2009</i>
 
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