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Ok, hadn't seen much on this, mostly for older models, but if you're wondering where to tap into for your boost/vacuum gauge for your 2013/2014 then this is the best spot. I tried off the passenger turbo tube, but it wasn't accurate and it didn't read vacuum there either. This spot was recommended by a Ford tech I know at the dealership where I got my truck, and it worked great for me. It is a hard plastic hose underneath a layer of rubber, so it kinda looks like a rubber hose. What I did was pop the engine cover off, cut off the rubber to expose the plastic, then cut as much as I needed to fit a vacuum line T in there, rigged it all up, and was good to go. This is on the driver's side too FYI.

I do get a chatter in my gauge at idle, but soon as I give it gas, it goes away. Anyone know how to fix this? I know there's a fix for it, just don't know what it is, the read out is accurate though.
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