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Old 01-30-2017, 03:51 PM   #1
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VDO Gauge Guide
300 TDi R380

Boost- 150-1042 2 1/16" Vision Series
Voltage- 332-103 2 1/16" Vision Series
Oil Pressure- 350-1042 2 1/16" Vision Series
Water temp- 310-1052 2 1/16" Vision Series
Fuel- 301-105 2 1/16" Vision series
Pyrometer- 310-153 2 1/16" Vision Series
Many use this EGT probe attached to the EGR blanking plate.
http://www.auberins.com/index.php?ma...roducts_id=145

200Tdi differences
Coolant temp sender 323-422

All come with correct sensors and adapters except fuel. It uses the LR sender. 2.5NA (11J and 12J), turbo (19J) and 200 Tdi will use the same gauges but possibly different senders.

4" Speedo - 437-155
Hall effect sensor - YBE100530
Plug for hall effect sensor - STC4637 (brake light plug)
If you contact VDO I believe they will set your odometer to the correct reading for your vehicle.

LED replacement bulbs- WLED-G4 from Egauges

Please message me if you have any additions, deletions or corrections.
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Tach 333-156 or 333-158
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VDO Gauge Guide
300 TDi R380

Boost- 150-1042 2 1/16" Vision Series
Voltage- 332-103 2 1/16" Vision Series
Oil Pressure- 350-1042 2 1/16" Vision Series
Water temp- 310-1052 2 1/16" Vision Series
Pyrometer- 310-153 2 1/16" Vision Series
Fuel- 301-105 2 1/16" Vision series

All come with correct sensors and adapters except fuel. It uses the LR sender. 2.5NA (11J and 12J), turbo (19J) and 200 Tdi will use the same gauges but possibly different senders.

Speedo - 437-155
Hall effect sensor - YBE100530
Plug for hall effect sensor - STC4637 (brake light plug)

Message me if you have any additions, deletions or corrections.
This is great, I am doing the TD5 Dash swap on my 300 TDI currently, I will do a write up on that swap as well.
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200TDI coolant temp sender is 323-422
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Awesome, thank you. Are there any other 200tdi differences?

That's going to be one of the first things I do once I get my truck (hopefully this week!)
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Awesome, thank you. Are there any other 200tdi differences?

That's going to be one of the first things I do once I get my truck (hopefully this week!)
Nope. I have VDO speedo, boost, fuel, and temp installed. Dave's list above is correct.
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Nope. I have VDO speedo, boost, fuel, and temp installed. Dave's list above is correct.
Excellent, thanks.

Now I just need to decide what I want to do. I really don't want any form of gauge pod, so I am debating either replacing all of the stock gauges and doing another 2-3 in the dash plate (and either moving the cigarette power port elsewhere or having Jason (SDO) do a custom 2 gauge/1 power port plate) or just using the gauge pod and a madman. Leaning toward just using real gauges all around though...
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Excellent, thanks.

Now I just need to decide what I want to do. I really don't want any form of gauge pod, so I am debating either replacing all of the stock gauges and doing another 2-3 in the dash plate (and either moving the cigarette power port elsewhere or having Jason (SDO) do a custom 2 gauge/1 power port plate) or just using the gauge pod and a madman. Leaning toward just using real gauges all around though...
Here is what I have currently. I also have a 3 gauge SDO pod to go where the wiper/power stuff is in which I will install EGT, move the boost, and then either volt/oil pressure/clock. I will put a tach where my boost currently is.

I also put green LED's in the gauges. Part number WLED-G4 from Egauges.
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This brings up a good question: The lights that come with the instruments come with either red or green shades to put over the light to tint them. Have any of you left the shade off?
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My last truck I use the red shades. This truck I left them off and they look great.
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