Tachometer Electrical Gauges
Hooking up a tach on a diesel can be challenging due to the lack of ignition system. Solutions up to this point have been complicated and temperamental. AutoMeter makes the process incredibly easy and affordable with this tachometer that utilizes an inductive pick-up. Simply attach the included pickup to the outside of the alternator and calibrate with a rotary dial on the back of the tach. It will work just about any engine with a crank driven alternator, not limited to only diesel applications.
Auto Meter Z-Series Gauges are versatile, durable and dependable, providing quick and accurate readings with race-proven core instruments. Z-Series gauges deliver race-inspired looks with easy-to-read white-on-black dials, bold pointers and traditional incandescent lighting around the perimeter. These gauges are well-suited for any street or race vehicle and are 12 and 16-volt compatible. Available in most popular sizes and application readings in mechanical or electrical.
- Provides quick and accurate readings
- race-proven core instruments
- Traditional incandescent lighting
- 12 and 16-volt compatible
- Mechanical or electrical
I have a Chinese farm tractor with 3 cylinder diesel engine will this work for it?
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