Black Face Gauge Sets
JEGS 555-41290 6-Gauge Set Features:
- Black analog face with white numbers and stainless steel bezels
- Includes the following: 3-3/8" programmable speedometer (0-160 mph), 3-3/8" tachometer (0-10 rpm), 2-1/16" voltmeter (8-18 volts), 2-1/16" water temperature (120°-280° f), 2-1/16" oil pressure (0-80 psi), 2-1/16" fuel level (0-90 ohms)
- Led through-the-dial lighting for better visibility
- Electric sending units for easier routing and connections
- All Electrical 12-volt Gauges
- High-speed stepper motor movement for accurate and reliable readings
- LED through-the-dial lighting creates exceptional illumination
- Red illuminated pointer soft on the eyes for easy reading
- 270-Degree full sweep movement on speedometer and tachometer for excellent readability
- Polished Stainless Steel Bezels
- Programmable speedometer with odometer and trip meter calibration
- JEGS electronic speedometers are designed to work with both hall effect senders and magnetic pickup sensors (See instructions for specific details)
- 3 3/8 in. Diameter Programmable Speedometer (0-160 MPH)
- 3 3/8 in. Diameter Tachometer (0-10,000 RPM) 0-10 Reading
- 2 1/16 in, Diameter Fuel Level Gauge (0-90 ohms)
- 2 1/16 in. Diameter Electrical Oil Pressure Gauge (0-80 PSI)
- 2 1/16 in. Diameter Voltmeter (8-18 Volts)
- 2 1/16 in. Diameter Electrical Water Temperature Gauge (120-280 Degree F)
- (4) Light bulb sockets with LED bulbs
- Oil Pressure Sending Unit
- Water Temperature Sending Unit
- Remote Mount Speedometer Calibration Button
- (11) 20 Gauge Electrical Connectors
- Speedometer Sender sold separately. We recommend JEGS 555-41610, 555-41611, or 555-41612
Looking for a Classic Look? We also offer JEGS 555-41448 Retro Muscle Car 6-Gauge Set
What does gauges mean on a car?
- In a car, gauges refer to instruments displaying various measurements like speed, RPM, temperature, fuel level, providing vital information for monitoring the vehicle's performance.
What are all the meters in a car?
- Common meters in a car include speedometer, tachometer (RPM gauge), fuel gauge, temperature gauge, and sometimes oil pressure or voltage gauges, displaying essential vehicle metrics.
What are the three most important gauges in a car?
- The most crucial gauges in a car are typically the speedometer, tachometer, and fuel gauge, providing critical information about speed, engine RPM, and fuel level.
What are the 3 main warning light gauges?
- Main warning light gauges in a car often include indicators for engine temperature, oil pressure, and battery charge, alerting drivers to potential issues needing attention.
Can these use the stock sending units from an 81 Corvette?
What size thread is the water temp sensor
Can you wire the gauges in series as in all the 12 volt ignitions together and all the grounds together
Can the odometer on the speedometer be set with the current mileage?
I made a swap on a jeep wrangler and put in a chevy 6.0 with a 4L80 transmission.. will this kit work or do I need to buy something else?
I have a 2000 mustang gt with a t45 manual Trans and standalone computer that controls the engine. Will this kit work with my electronic 2 wire sending unit in the trans? Also is the fuel gauge compatible with my sending unit?
i have a ford C4 tranny what speedo do I need thanks
Which Speedo Sending Unit will work with a TH350, and does the sender work with Cruise Control? The factory Speedo is driven by cable that goes to the Cruise Control servo, and second cable goes to Speedo. It's an 81 Vette with Cruise Control.
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