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Anyone have a gauge pod on their driver side A-pillar?

I am looking for one, but can't seem to find one that fits. Is there a custom fit one or does like a "universal" one fit?[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG]
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Check this MEMBER. . . he's got em. Think their custom fitted, though.
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Are they even out for our cars?
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Regarding the A pillar- my drivers side one always comes loose from the top- it has been since the day I got the car. I have to punch it once a day to make it stick back in. Has anyone taken that pillar out and seen what's behind it?
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i put one in my car, i used an autometer from prelude 97+ and it fits totally perfect....

i dont have any pics but it fits perfect...
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<< Regarding the A pillar- my drivers side one always comes loose from the top- it has been since the day I got the car. I have to punch it once a day to make it stick back in. Has anyone taken that pillar out and seen what's behind it? >>



mine does too, i hate it
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I've pulled the plastic off to see what was under it...just the fram and some holes for the clips...some double sided tape would fix it.
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check the new autometer catalog....... the gauge pod pilar replacement is already available......
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Don't quote me on this but I think I saw someone's car in person with a pillar gauge pod, he said it was from a 95 civic or something 5th generation-ish civic. Worth a try to check sizes...
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ya i got the pillars on my car it came froma 2000 si it doesnt fit pefrfect but close i little gap up top and bottom.
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Only have one gauge right now. (volt meter to monitor battery level when using a/v system without the engine running the alternator.) I took out my door side drivers air vent and made a custom trim plate out of an old cd case center piece (which if you get the right ones almost match the plastic perfect) with the volt gauge mounted on that. I have pics of it installed day and night ill add when i can. no need to modify the a-pillar this way or mess around to hide away wires and it looks very clean this way. i dont know who else has done this yet but i found it to be very attractive for those who are into "show" looking quality.
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What gauges would be usefull besides Air/Fuel?
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Depends on if you are planning on boosting your car or not!
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I plan on boosting my car but i think it would be kinda dum if I put a boost gauge in without a turbo.
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