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Product # 3319

  • 2-1/16" (52.4mm)
  • Air-Core Air-Core
  • 73 Ω Empty / 10 Ω Full (LINEAR)
  • Incandescent
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One of the most necessary gauges in a dashboard, AutoMeter makes it easy by offering a variety of different fuel level gauges to match the resistance range of your existing fuel sending unit. Our patented air core meter movement receives extra dampening to help combat the effects fuel slosh in non-baffled tanks. Don’t get stranded down the road or at the track.


Feature Points

  • Traditional incandescent lighting illuminates around the perimeter of the dial
  • Works with most Pre-1989 (Pre-1987 Mustang) Ford and most Chrysler
  • 12 and 16 volt compatible, well-suited with nearly every street car or race car electrical system
  • Gauge kit includes bulb and socket assembly, red and green bulb covers, mounting hardware, and detailed instructions for installation
  • AutoMeter’s race proven air-core electric instruments provide quick and accurate readings

Bulb & Socket

  • 3220

Light Covers

  • Red 3214 & Green 3215

Mounting Hardware

  • 2230
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I have a fuel sender in a Jeep project that is 73-10. Is there a way to tell if the sender is linear or not? It is a new replacement that I bought from Amazon. It came with no information. I need to decide which gauge to buy, 3315 or3319.

Asked by: Jeep Guy
Thank you for reaching out to us. If you have access to a multimeter that measures resistance, you can take some readings and may be able to confirm. Here are some details on those readings: https://www.autometer.com/resources/index/faq_view/id/12 However, being any new aftermarket replacement or reproduction sender, it's almost certainly a linear sender that would require the 3319.
Answered by: Matt from AutoMeter
Date published: 2018-08-20

as the 3319 is a linear gauge does this mean it will work with the dip tube type sender used in jaz fuel cell?

Asked by: jezza
Hi Jezza, thank you for the question. From our experience, most every 73-10 aftermarket/reproduction sender is linear, as opposed to the original non-linear factory resistance. If the sender you have is also a Jaz brand 73-10, it's most certainly linear and will require a linear gauge like the 3319.
Answered by: Matt from AutoMeter
Date published: 2018-06-28

Hi I have a 73 - 10 ohm sport comp fuel level gauge running with a Jaz fuel sender that is rated at 78 - 10 ohm.sender checks out ok. gauge reads full when cell is full but drops to 3/4 then to empty after only a few miles?? 

Asked by: jezza
Hi Jezza, thank you so much for contacting us. This is actually something that isn't uncommon with 73-10 ohm replacement sending units. The original OE senders which we designed our gauges to work with are very non linear. Aftermarket replacements tend to be very linear resulting in very "pessimistic" fuel level readings. We have a more in depth article about it here: https://www.autometer.com/resources/index/faq_view/id/12 While this is the most likely cause, it is always a good practice to make sure the fuel sending unit has a good ground as well. We recommend running an aux ground wire from one of the mounting bolts to a frame ground. Insufficient sender grounding will also cause erroneously low readings on a 73-10 gauge. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Joseph At AutoMeter
Date published: 2018-06-21
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