Itll fit 01 to 04. Nothing changed. Itll look like this...Bones said:For some reason it only state it for 01-02. Wonder if the A-pillar changed some in 03. I'll contact them and report back here wit the news.
I plan to use an electric gauge at the moment. I haven't looked at the tranny yet to find the location. The link above has the pillar pod in grey for ~$7 more, or they sell paint for plastic/vinyl.Outback said:Did you use electric gauges?
Where do you put the sensor for the tranny fluid temp?
And lastly, where did you find spray paint to match the interior color??
Jody. --creepin' up on 25 posts...
If it's for an 01-04 then yes I'd be interested. Hold off on painting it until you know if you are going to use it though.98 Taco said:I bought Mizel gauge pod
I may not be able to use it, I will let you know
it is grey, I may paint it black
it hold two gauges
do you want to see pics?
I am going to run a Tranny temp/oil pressure and volt gauge
Thinking about this as well. I might get a better head unit and speakers so I may go this route. I'd make my own out of stainless or aluminum.EnolaGaia said:If you either (a) have an empty DIN 'pocket' under your radio or (b) are willing to switch to a smaller head unit to free up a DIN slot...
...it is possible to mount up to (3) 52mm (2 1/16") gauges in the single DIN slot. You can hand-fab it with a DIN panel (available at any good auto stereo outlet) or buy 1- , 2-, or 3-gauge DIN panels offered out there in cyberland.