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Getting great performance or saving money doesn’t have to be choice. Engineered by AutoMeter in Sycamore, IL, The Auto Gage line of instruments provide the best bang for the buck performance in the industry. For a fast street car or a weekend racer, Auto Gage provides levels of accuracy and durability unheard of in the price category. With countless wins in magazine comparison tests, the best value in gauges comes from exactly the place you’d expect it to. AutoMeter.
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Includes bulb and socket assembly with red and green bulb covers
- SHIPPED WITH
- 1/8" NPT Male to 1/8" compression fitting, 1/8" NPT Female to 1/8" compression fitting, 1/8" NPT to 1/4" NPT bushing, 3/8" NPT and 1/2" NPT adapter fittings.
- 10 ft. nylon tubing - 6 ft. Capillary Tube
Bulb & Socket
- Bracket Included
are these mechanical or electric need electricThank you for your question. Those are mechanical gauges. For an electric set you will want to choose any three electric 2-1/16" gauges, then use them with our #2238 gauge panelDate published: 2019-05-17
Hi Will they fit a 2000 LS 5.3, do I need more stuff?Thanks for reaching out to us. For an LS engine you will need metric fittings for both oil pressure and water temp, but the metric adapter for temperature is very small and requires a special, smaller electric temperature sender, which we won't have in the AutoGage line. We'd recommend our LS kit 5284 then an AutoMeter series like Z-Series or Sport Comp. If you need help with model numbers or have additional questions, give us a ring at 866.248.6356, hit the Chat link at the top of the page, or you can email us here: http://www.autometer.com/resources/index/ask_a_questionDate published: 2018-11-27
On the mechanical oil pressure gauge. If disassembled can I reuse the ferrule and compression nut? Thank you for your question. As long as they are not bent or damaged and can still fit over the nylon tubing, you could certainly reuse them.Date published: 2018-11-21
The description says mechanical. I want to hook up oil and water guages to sending units. Will these work or will I need a different guage?Hi Roddy, thank you for the question. The AutoGage consoles, with the exception of the 2391 "mini" gauge console, are all mechanical. If you wanted a larger gauge (2-1/16" or 2-5/8") you'd have to consider something from the AutoMeter line, which are all sold individually, but can be purchased along with a 2 or 3 gauge panel.Date published: 2018-11-19
Can I get DHL products to send to me?Hi Kung, thank you for reaching out to us. Our official shipper is UPS and we will ship to Thailand for a flat fee of $99.95 and you can place the order through the website. We are able to ship via DHL if you have a DHL account and can schedule the pick-up and shipping of the item. However, this order cannot be ordered over the website and must be placed by calling us at 815-895-8141.Date published: 2018-09-05
Do any of the mechanical consoles come with warning lights? If so, are the warning points adjustable or preset? I want the security of an accurate, mechanical gauge, but with an 'idiot' light that flashes at me when I'm not paying attention.Hi Matthew, thank you for the question. We have no panels with built in lights, but we have a few pre set switches that you can use like model 3241 and 3247. We also offer a few high end full sweep electric gauge options that have built in, adjustable warning lights like Sport Comp II, Ultra-Lite, and Elite Series. Please note that only select Sport Comp II and Ultra-Lite models will have the warning light feature.Date published: 2018-07-26
Does this comes with sensors?Hi Jay, thank you so much for contacting us. The water temp and oil pressure gauges in this set are mechanical, so no sensors are used. There is a 6" capillary tube coming from the back of the temp gauge and the pressure gauge includes 1/8" tubing and compression fittings to connect them to your engine. The voltmeter simply reads key switched power and ground. Hope this helps!Date published: 2018-06-11
Not sure what my oil,water and volt numbers should be and what is considered safe please help me understand how to read the gauges?Thank you so much for contacting us. Every vehicle is different, and as such, what's considered optimum readings is going to vary, sometimes by quite a bit, vehicle to vehicle. Voltage is easy. If you've got a modern alternator on your vehicle, it will probably read at least 14 volts when the vehicle is operating. Temp should normally stay around 200 after the vehicle is warmed up and operating. This can vary quite a bit though, so it's best to check with your mechanic to get their input. Some vehicles simply run hot, others not so much. Oil pressure is another one where there is a huge amount of variation. The old adage was you should have at least 10 psi for every 1000 rpm. This isn't necessarily true with modern vehicles as the tolerance are much tighter and a lot of them make significantly more oil pressure, particularly on a cold start. Again, probably best to check with your mechanic for the ideal number for your vehicle. Hope this helps!Date published: 2018-05-25
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