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Ok so i'm looking for a gauge pillar pod for my cobalt and i looked on the website zzp.com and saw that they had a single,double,and triple pillar what i was wondering what is the difference with the single pillar and wy wont it fit on coupes?
 

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I think the single pillar there is meant for sedans. The coupes have a slightly steeper rake on the front windshield I think so the pillar isn't the same shape as the sedan.
 

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Ok just checking because i'm gonna buy the 2 gauge pillar for my cobalt i have a voltmeter gauge in my car so far and now i'm trying to think of something else to add in there without having to hook up anything to my engine and also something that wont void my warranty
 

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gauges for looks...*shakes head*

Electric gauges are easy too hook up. I suggest Oil Temp Oil Pressure, Coolent temp, Trans temp.
 

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I got a SC pillar to house an Interceptor. They're handy gauges with a lot of information and features.
 

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Interceptor is AWESOME!
 

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I think the single pillar there is meant for sedans. The coupes have a slightly steeper rake on the front windshield I think so the pillar isn't the same shape as the sedan.
True the sedans and couples have different pillars. I learned from experience.
 

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The only sedan ZZP unit seems to be a dual gauge pod... not the single.

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