5. Run the OBD II connector and EGT cable inside the cab through a hole just behind the brake pedal. The rubber grommet can be slit or removed.
6. The Turbo Timer feature prolongs turbo life by allowing the truck to run after shutoff for a predetermined time or until a specific EGT is reached. It hooks to a keyed ignition switch in the steering column. The instructions tell you to pull the plastic cover down under the column, but by feeling a little in the dark, the plug is pretty easy to find, and there is only one, so you can't make a mistake. With the Turbo Timer and data link plugged into the Juice module, you can hook up power using a little fuse tap on a 15-amp fuse (number 30 on this truck).
The Juice module was mounted on the fuse compartment lid with strips of Velcro.
7. Drill, tap, and install the pyrometer probe. When doing this, there are various precautions that can be taken, including using some oil around the drill bit to catch any chips. Afterward, use a magnet or a vacuum, and then run the engine for a few seconds to blow out any remaining debris.