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Gauge pod pt cruiser turbo 2007 Convertible

Discussion in 'PT Cruiser' started by Henrydcc, Jan 20, 2020.

  1. Henrydcc

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    I only meet for the first generation PT. For 2007 I see nothing. If anyone knows where I can get it let me know.
     
  2. ImperialCrown

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    The cluster (CCN module) in '06-up CAN bus PT Cruisers is VIN specific. I would not plug n' play a different one without configuring it to your VIN first.
    What is wrong with your present cluster?
     
  3. Henrydcc

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    Nothing is wrong. I would like to put a Boost watch
     
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    OK, that isn't part of the cluster, so you are OK there.
    Possibly an aftermarket gauge pod as chuzz suggests. Mopar Performance did have Neon SRT-4 turbo performance accessories, many of which could help the PT turbo.
     
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  6. ImperialCrown

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    I saw this vac/boost, pyrometer (exhaust gas temp) and o/press gauge set up on Turbo Dodge. It is installed in a 2003 PT Dream Cruiser:

    [​IMG]
     
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  7. Henrydcc

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    I would just like to see the Boost from time to time. My PT is for a walk, nothing raicing. And I would not like to fill it with watches. But that picture doesn't look bad.
     
  8. 06PTElectricBlue

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    You might check out the UltraGauge, to monitor boost pressure, as well as a number of other engine parameters ;)

    Basically no vehicle modification as it plugs into the OBDII port.

    UltraGauge, OBD II Scan Tool & Information Center (at http://www.ultra-gauge.com/ZC/ )

    (this is not in a PT Cruiser-but a sample screen)
    [​IMG]

    I have an UG in my PT, I placed it down on the center console:
    [​IMG]

    The UG has saved my PT several times because it also has alarms for trouble codes.

    2 years ago when the cooling was failing on my PT, the UG sounded an alarm alerting me to the cooling fan circuit error, long before the CEL ever came on. This certainly prevented my PT from overheating and causing very costly damage. :)

    You can view the UG User Manual here and check out all that it can monitor:

    https://ultra-gauge.com/ultragauge/support/Ultra_Gauge_EM_Plus_3_4_14.pdf
     
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