JEGS 41283 Features:
- 3 3/8 in. Diameter
- 1 1/2 in. Depth
- Microprocessor Controlled
- Night Dimming
- Calibrate Speedometer to Adjust for Tire sizes, Wheel sizes & Gear Ratios
- Peak Top Speed Recall of 255 mph
- Programmable with High-Speed Recall
- 0-60 mph Time Recall
Note: Speedometer Sending Unit Sold Separately
- GM/Mopar/VW speedometer sending unit (7/8 in.-18 Thread) 555-41610
- Ford Plug-In Style speedometer sending unit 555-41611
- Universal GPS Sending unit 555-41612
Precision Gauges with Easy-to-Read Data
JEGS LED Gauges feature microprocessor-controlled precision readings with a super-bright LED data display. Available with multiple designs these electronic units come in the most popular sizes so that you can add just one, or an entire cluster of instruments to suit your automotive needs.
Will this work on a 1999 Ford Ranger? Speed sensor look different, mine goes in the rear differential. Thanks in advance.
Will this work with VSS in a ford 8.8 diff
How does unit calibrate to speed sender?
Sending unit is for Chevy, mopar, 've. Need on to go with speedometer for 85 ford mustang 302 ho with 5 speed manual transmission
Does this only read up to 60 mph. If so it's not gonna do me any good.
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