CONNECTOR, WIRING, 8 TERMINAL, FOR ELEC. IN-DASH TACH OR SPEEDOMETER
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Clean up and simplify your gauge wiring project with this multi-terminal connector for your AutoMeter tachometer or electric speedometer.
- Includes: One eight terminal connector and necessary crimp terminals for use on AutoMeter in-dash tachometers and electric speedometers. Also compatible with dual gauges, quad gauges, tach/speedo combos, and GPS Speedometers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by JE35 from the solution to wiring a tachometer and speedomete the connector fit perfectly the terminals required slight modification no information on replacement terminals i researched and found a ford and chrysler terminal powerpath number 784485 fit
Date published: 2019-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sony from Terminals Bought this and it's a great product. Easy to work with.
Date published: 2019-02-11
is this the correct connector for autometer 1205 quad gauges if so is there a pigtail available already assembled?
Thank you for the your question. Yes, this is the correct connector for the gauges in kit 1205. We do not sell a fully assembled pigtail for it.
Date published: 2022-08-18
What gauge wire are the connectors designed for?
In my build, I am using 14 GA wire because it was easier to get the wire bulk and use a spool for everything 14 GA and lighter than have spools and spools of multiple gauges and multiple colors. I purchased 14 GA connectors Packard 56 female terminals and plastic connectors to simplify the build as it comes together (only a few dollars and I needed lots to replace other items in the build). With the new gauges and led lighting, I think the amperage to the instruments came well under 2-3 Amps if I did the math right. I have a 7 Gauge setup, and 6 double led Carlsen Rocker switches, plus dimmers on the gauges. I plan on using a 2A glass BUSS fuse (using the old fusebox). I am not expecting any issues. In my build I did eliminate all high draw items (no more Mopar Amp gauge and main circuit in the dash, replaced with a volt gauge) none of the sending unit/gauges draw much. If they are asking what the Gauge lugs can take.... I am hoping that the 1/4 inch spade lug is good for 10 amps, then it is just gauge capacity that is any issue. I read up on wiring from multiple sites and forums before I took on the dash rewire and new circuits for additional accessories. That would be recommended.
Date published: 2019-02-03