Date: Sun, 24 Jul 2005 13:36:44 +0200
From: MH <>
Subject: Re: APC Guage does not move at all...

> The pointer is stuck in the gap bit between the whites (even when the > engine is turned off it never moves) With the engine off, that's where it is supposed to be. With the engine accelerating it should move to the left (into the white). On deceleration it should move way to the left (further into the white), both indicating a vacuum situation (manifold pressure below atmospheric). If the turbo comes on, manifold pressure should be above atmospheric and the APC guage should move into the orange. > There is a pipe that goes from the rear of the gauge to something That would be the pressure transducer/switch. Is it really a pipe, or a rubber hose? > under the passengers dashboard Your passenger side is not my passenger side... let's not confuse things, just name it 'left' or 'right'. -- MH '72 97 '77 96 '78 95 '79 96 '91 900i

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