2-5/8" FUEL PRESSURE, 0-15 PSI, MECHANICAL, FULL SWEEP, AUTO GAGE
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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.
- Size:2-5/8" (66.7mm)
- Range:0-15 PSI
- Instructions: Download PDF
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.
- Includes snap-on chrome bezel
- Includes bulb and socket assembly with red and green bulb covers
- Bracket Included
Is it OK to mount in the engine compartment as a part of the pressure regulator next to the carburetor? What is a fuel pressure isolator?
Thank you for your question. We do not recommend mounting in the engine compartment as this gauge is not designed to withstand that type of environment. If you wanted to mount a gauge in the engine compartment, part #2172 would be a similar gauge made to be installed inside the engine compartment. A fuel pressure isolator allows you to run the tubing to it rather than the gauge, which lets you keep tubing filled with fuel out of the passenger compartment. The Isolator would be mounted behind the fire wall and then the gauge would connect to the isolator. The fuel would run to the isolator and then the isolator would send a signal to the gauge.
Date published: 2018-10-24
Will this gage fit on a 1976 for Ltd
Hi there, thank you for the question. This is not a vehicle specific gauge. It's designed to fit into a 2-5/8" diameter hole and should only be mounted outside of the vehicle unless you're using a Fuel Pressure Isolator.
Date published: 2018-04-19