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Old December 22nd, 2008, 09:47 PM   #1
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351M stock intake cooling diagram?

i'm installing a temperature gauge on my truck. i know, not real difficult. however here is the tricky part. im wanting to install this and keep my eletronic gauge working in the cluster. now i know that the logical way to do this is to run the gauge into a seperate cooling port on the intake but im not real familiar with 351's yet. what im looking for is a diagram of a stock 351m intake manifold so i can see where the water jackets run and decide that way where i want to run my temp gauge. anyone ever seen one or know where i can look? i googled the hell outta it, every which way i could think but couldn't find anything. thanks in advance guys.

P.S. if you can tell me a way to run my manual gauge AND eletronic gauge out of the same water jacket port that will work too!

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Install a "T" in the port?
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Old December 23rd, 2008, 04:49 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by MISHOWJEEPER View Post
Install a "T" in the port?
that doesnt work with a temp guage, as the coolant needs to flow across the sender...with a "t" the coolant at the sender will just sit there and not flow...the "t" only works for pressure senders...
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