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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 Stepper Motor 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. 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. Officially licensed Mopar product.
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Modern LED through-the-dial lighting provides clear visibility during nighttime use
- 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
- AutoMeter’s race proven digital stepper motor electric instruments provide unmatched accuracy which is further increased by utilizing a self calibration sequence during power up
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Hi, Is this programmable to my Australian Valiant AP 6. 73F-10EThank you for your inquiry. The 880027 Has a specific preset that will work with the 73-10 ohm sender in your Valiant.Date published: 2019-02-25
I have a '48 Plymouth that I would like to put a fuel gauge in and I need to know how to choose the correct one?Thank you so much for contacting us. You'll definitely want to measure the resistance at full and empty to verify, but from what I'm able to see online, it mostly likely reads 73 ohms at empty and 10 ohms at full. With that said, after all those years, the fuel sender is likely something you'd want to replace. Our universal sending unit (p/n 3262) reads 240 ohms at empty and 33 ohms at full and be adjusted to work with nearly any tank.Date published: 2017-11-10
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