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Traditionally, paring the proper fuel level level gauge to the application could be a more difficult task than it needed to be. The AutoMeter Digital Fuel Level Gauge drastically simplifies the process with it’s easily configurable resistance range. With 7 common configurations stored in memory from the factory, the vast majority of all applications are covered. In the instance your fuel level sender is not included in these preconfigured ranges, an innovative custom calibration mode allows any sending unit that operates between 0 and 280 ohms, empty or full, to be easily paired. Our “snapshot” programming method will allow you to capture the empty and full readings and the gauge does the rest. Digital display shows the percentage of fuel remaining (0-100%). No matter your application, there simply isn’t an easier solution for fuel level monitoring available on the market. A direct plug in wiring harness is included for ease of installation.
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Features AutoMeter's E-Z View Digital LED Display System which maximizes readability and minimizes distracting high speed digit changes
- Gauge kit includes 20 ft. wiring harness, mounting hardware, and detailed instructions for installation
- Adjustable Scale w/ 7 preset ranges for common vehicle types (73E/10F, 16E/158F, 0E/30F, 0E/90F, 240E/33F, 107.5E/7F, 131E/12F)
- User definable resistance setting programmable anywhere between 0-280 ohms
- 12 and 16 volt compatible, compatible with nearly every street car or race car electrical system
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I have a 1998 Chevy c3500 truck the fuel gauge does not work. I have replaced the pump/sender assembly and the instrument cluster in the truck and had the cluster tested. Will the 6310 gauge work with the stock sender in the truck? Hi there, thank you for the question. Yes, our 6310 Programmable Digital Fuel Level will work with your stock sender. However, unless you can confirm your sender resistance range, we won't necessarily know if you'll need to calibrate the gauge to your sender. 1998 was right at the transition when GM changed from a 0-90 ohm sender to a 40-250 ohm. If you have the 0-90, that is one of the presets in the 6310, if it's 40-250 you'll need to go through the custom calibration.Date published: 2018-04-17
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