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AutoMeter vehicle speed sensors generate the signal you need to make installing an AutoMeter electric speedometer in your vehicle quick and easy. Compatible with GM and Chrysler transmissions with a 7/8" -18 threaded speedometer cable output, this vehicle speed sensor outputs a 16 pulse per revolution (PPR), 12v square wave signal. Featuring a mechanical cable output, this sensor has the ability to retain the mechanical cable in applications with mechanically driven cruise control.
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SPEED SENSOR, MECH TO ELEC, GM & CHRYSLER, 7/8"-18 THREAD, HALL EFFECT, 16 PULSE is rated out of 5 by 1.Rated 5 out of 5 by WildRoseCustoms from Awesome I bought this a couple years ago, still working amazing. It was super simple to work in and gave me the ability to have the customer dash I wanted.Date published: 2018-10-01
Have a 87 gmc jimmy need transfer case to convert from cable to electricThank you for your inquiry. The 5291 will work to drive our electric speedometers on your GM product. It will not drive OEM speedometers.Date published: 2020-02-14
MATE I GOT FORD TRANSIT 1997. IT HAS GMH V6 MOTOR AND TURBO HYDRAMATIC 700 AUTO TRANSMISSION (AFTER MODIFICATION), VAN HAS ELECTRIC FORD CLUSTER/SPEEDO. SHALL IT BE USED IN THIS SCENARIO???Thank you for your inquiry. This speed sensor will not work with OEM instruments.Date published: 2020-01-28
Would this unit work with a you speedometerThank you for your inquiry. The 5291 is designed to operate with all of our electric speedometers except those designed for GPS operation.Date published: 2020-01-20
I currently have a 700R4 in my 68 Firebird and the stock speedo reads about 15 MPH fast, will this cause the sensor to be off as well? Does this need to be corrected before installing the sensor? Thanks!Thank you for your question. Please call our tech line at 866-248-6357 for assistance.Date published: 2019-12-31
When I install it on the trans, tighten the nut it is loose. Should it be?Thank you for your question. While typically everything will fit snugly, subtle differences from one application to the next can cause the mounting nut or housing to appear a little lose. The most important thing is that the small drive key sticking out of the speed sensor is securely meshing with the drive gear in the transmission. As long as that connection is secure and it is turning properly, the sensor should work just fine paired with any of our electric speedometers.Date published: 2019-11-14
HI EVERYONE, I HAVE A ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION AND MECHANICAL SPEEDOMETER, I WOULD WORK? OR WHAT IS MY OPTION? OR WHAT SENSOR I NEED? THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!Thank you for your question. The mechanical speedometer is cable driven so you will need to get a electronic speedometer to get this to work with your speed sensor.Date published: 2019-10-23
I have one of your new mechanical speedometers in a gauge cluster. What do I need besides this to make it work?Thank you for your question. If you are using this with one of our electric style speedometers you would only need to supply your own wiring in order to get the signal wire from the sending unit to the back of the gauge. If you have a mechanical speedometer this unfortunately will not work as those are cable driven.Date published: 2019-10-22
Does this suit your speedo product #1879Yes everything works perfect.Date published: 2019-08-21
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