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Panel Mount Shift Light RED
When using the shift light output on an Auto Meter Street Dash, Race Dash, or MFDL, adapter harness ST918081 is required.
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What is the diameter of the exposed lamp? It mounts in a 12.7mm (.500") Diameter hole and the exposed portion is how big? (You should modify the product description to include this information.)Thank you for your question. The outside diameter of the light is 14.7mm and it sticks out 9.1mm.Date published: 2019-08-07
What size mounting hole is needed for this light and where can I buy it? Summit appears not to have it?Thank you for your question. This is part of our Stack line and mounts in a 12.7mm hole. If you cannot find it through one of our distributors, you can order it directly through us.Date published: 2019-08-06
Just purchased Auto Meter Pro Comp Tachometer only to realize there is no shift indicator or light. I would like to mount a small shift point light in the dash panel, which of your shift light would you recommend? Can I use Panel mount shift light #ST537Thank you for the question. If the tachometer is not a shift light tachometer, it will require either an independent light like our 5343 or a 5312 RPM Switch, which will trigger any standalone light like the ST537.Date published: 2019-01-04
Will this work with a #6299 Tack? I have that tach already but I installed it dash panel mounted and would like to add a shift light on the dash panel too. If Not , can I wire any 12v LED light to the shift light wires on the tach?Thank you so much for contacting us. Technically, this light will work with your tach, though you'd need to cut the connector off of the end of the shift light wiring and hard wire the light to the tach. With that said, any 12v light will technically work with this tach. It supplies 12v and uses ground switching to engage the light at the shift point. If you do use a non-AutoMeter light in conjunction with your tach, you want to make sure the maximum current draw does not exceed 1.4 amps. Hope this helps!Date published: 2018-12-28
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