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Quick Specs

  • Size:2-1/16" (52.4mm)
  • Type:Air-Core
  • Range:73 Ω Empty / 10 Ω Full (NON-LINEAR)
  • Lighting:Incandescent
  • Instructions: Download PDFDownload PDF


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
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Is this the correct gauge for a 1969 American motors AMX? If Not, what would be the correct gauge please?

Asked by: Paul kane
Please contact our tech department.
Answered by: Thomas From AutoMeter
Date published: 2022-11-30

Can you send an actual picture of what the back of the gauge looks like?

Asked by: champion68fb
Hi There, If you reference, it will detail what the back of the gauge looks like.
Answered by: Thomas From AutoMeter
Date published: 2022-08-18

How do I tell what fuel gauge i have? This is in a 1978 Dodge D100. On the back of gauge it has PA66-GF. It has the face of #2515. When tank is full it shows full and then drops to empty after about 25 miles.

Asked by: Don n
2515 is officially designed for a non-linear (OEM) Ford/Chrysler 73-10 sender. If you pull the light socket out you can see a metal cylindrical meter that should have a 3 digit number. On a 2515 this should be 114 to confirm you don’t have a 2515 that was manufactured incorrectly. If your Dodge has the original fuel level sender that was installed in the factory in 1978, the 2515 should be the gauge. However, if that sender has been replaced at any time, you may actually need a linear model 2519.
Answered by: Sarah from AutoMeter
Date published: 2021-12-29

will this gage 2515 work in my 1973 plmouth duster or will I need a different one

Asked by: Anonymous
Hello! Yes, the 2515 will work as long as it's the original factory sender, which has a non-linear scale. Our 2515 is designed to work with the original non-linear Ford/Chrysler senders. If the sender is an aftermarket replacement, it's very likely a linear sender. In that case, we offer several linear 73-10 options, including the 2519.
Answered by: Natalia from AutoMeter
Date published: 2020-10-30

I bought guage 2515 but looks like I need 2514 guage for my 1989 Jeep Wrangler, can I modify guage to go from 73-10 ohms to 0-90 ohms?

Asked by: Butch69
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately with the dials being different and also one being a non-linear gauge vs a linear. You will need to purchase P/N: 2515 in order to achieve the correct fuel ohm resistance.
Answered by: Steve from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-12-24
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