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THERMOCOUPLE, TYPE K, 3/16" DIA, CLOSED TIP, FOR DIGITAL STEPPER MOTOR PYROMETER
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Hello, I have an AutoMeter Sport-Comp pyrometer, which sensor do I need? Thanks,MikeThank you for your question. The incandescent lit Sport Comp pyrometer uses sensor #P12709.Date published: 2019-02-12
What is the part number for the 1/8" NPT male compression fitting that comes with this probe/harness in the Pyrometer Kit 5944?Hi Camp, thank you for the question. The actual fittings that come with the 5944 probe would be model 3256: https://www.autometer.com/fitting-thermocouple-incl-set-screw-1-8npt-male-steel.html As you can see from that image it's not actually a compression fitting, but if you did prefer a compression style fitting, we offer model 5255: https://www.autometer.com/3-16-id-1-8-egt-probe-fitting-and-weld-in-bung.htmlDate published: 2018-04-30
My Phantom II pyrometer has stopped working. I suspect it is the temperature probe. The part number on the face is is 2005-7544. What is the correct probe kit for my unit?Hi Tyler, thank you so much for contacting us. If you need a probe for your Phantom II, this unit (p/n 5251) is the correct replacement. Before replacing it, make sure you double check your ground for the gauge. It needs to be grounded directly to the engine block. Oftentimes they will work for a little bit and then drop off due to inadequate grounding. The engine block is the only ground on your vehicle that will work for an EGT gauge. This fixes probably 99% of the issues we see. Hope this helps!Date published: 2018-03-26
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