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    Default trans. temp. gauge

    is it possible to install a after market trans. temp. gauge in a "01" gauge cluster that has the space in the left side of cluster with out damaging circuit board behind. nothing in this space currently. used search but could not find any info. maybe my search was to detailed and maybe it was not. tried both ways.

    01 1500 5.3L 4x4 sb ext cab

    thanks in advance. dave

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    Most likely not, they are pretty sparing on space back there, I would just try and find a busted up truck that had one from an HD vehicle.
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    Cool trans temp gauge

    Already tried, not enough room. Check out ttspowersystems.com. They have a gauge mount that fits in the center of the dash in the little cubby hole.

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    thank you for the responses. dave
    '01' 1500 5.3L ec sb 4x4

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