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For Transmission Temperature Gauges Use this kit to install mechanical and electric transmission temperature gauges in the HOT transmission cooler hardline. Perfect for applications where a temperature port or pan installation is not appropriate.
Feature Points
  • Machined from high strength, aircraft grade aluminum alloy, finished in bright blue anodizing.
  • 1/2" NPT Sensor Port
  • 1/4" NPTF Line Ports
  • Includes 1/4" NPTF to 3/8" Compression Fittings
  • Manifold Block Measures 2" x 2" x 1.25"
  • Two 1/4 in. fastener holes provided for mounting.
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Will this setup bolt right into a 700R4 transmission hard cooling line?

Asked by: Vallejojoe
You will need to make sure the hardline is 3/8". If that size matches then this will work. For further assistance please give us a call at 866-248-6356.
Answered by: Steve from AutoMeter
Date published: 2023-04-24

I am planning on running -6AN fittings and Braided Stainless Steel hose on my TH350 cooling lines. Would I be able adapt this gauge sensor adapter to fit -6AN fittings, I see your response to "southside" that the side fittings are 1/4"npt.

Asked by: Vallejojoe
You can adapt -6AN lines to this as long as you can get the adapters with 1/4" NPT threads on the other end.
Answered by: Steve from AutoMeter
Date published: 2020-04-08

Do you have the dimensions of the adapter to know how long of a sensor that will fit into the adapter? Thanks!

Asked by: SnafuBE
Thank you for your question. The block is 2" x 2" x 1.25". As long as your probe does not protrude into the adapter more than 1-3/4", you will not have any issues.
Answered by: Zach from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-08-20

I read the question ask by OP and once again ,,I think i can use this in a rubber hose app. if i change fittings to a 1/2" npt with a barb on the the other side, MAYBE ???? Asking this.

Asked by: Bart
Thank you for your question. This unit is made specifically to be used with a hard line. It is possible you may be able to rig together something to make it compatible with a soft line, but we would not recommend it and would not be able to confirm if it will work as it is not what the unit was designed for.
Answered by: Zach from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-05-15

I know that the fitting for the sender side is 1/2 npt, but what is the other thread? I want to adapt to a 6an.

Asked by: southside
Thank you for your question. The two line ports are 1/4" NPT.
Answered by: Zach from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-04-18

I want to add a transmission gauge to my 2017 Ram 2500hd, What would you suggest for plumbing it into the hot hard line?

Asked by: timbob
Thank you for your question. Any of our trans temp gauges will work with this adapter. This adapter is made specifically for tapping into a HOT hard line. You will want to use this adapter if your OD is 3/8", if your hard line has an OD of 5/16" you will want our #2287
Answered by: Zach from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-04-16

So I just received this part along with sender 6050. I haven't opened any part yet in fear that I will void warranty, but it sure looks like the sender is way smaller than the opening on trans fitting adapter 2286. Am I missing something? Thanks!

Asked by: Katsusauce
Thank you for your question. 6050 is an 1/8" NPT fitting and adapter 2286 does have a female 1/8" fitting on it. Those two parts are compatible with each other.
Answered by: Zach from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-02-19

Okay, so I've read the previous question and answer about this being used on a hard line, how can I use this on a rubber trans fluid line? Also, is sender part number 6050 compatible with this fitting adapter? AirDrive Trans Temp guage

Asked by: Katsusauce
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, it will not work with a rubber line. It needs to be used on a hard line. It will work with the 6050 sensor, but again, it can only be installed on a hard line.
Answered by: Zach from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-01-14
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