2" Fuel Level Gauge / GM
The Equus 5000 Replacement Instrument Series single 2 in. electric gauge console offers excellent instrumentation value featuring a black mounting panel equipped with backlit, chrome bezel, white dial electric instrument for Fuel Level monitoring on vehicles equipped with a 0-90 ohm 'Late GM' style sending unit. Installation hardware included. Compatible universal style sending unit sold separately.
- 2" fuel level gauge with black mounting panel
- Range: Empty = 0 Ohm, Full = 90 Ohm.
- Compatible with most 'Late' GM fuel level sensors produced from 1965 to 1996 as well as Equus #9982 Fuel Level Sender (sold separately).
- Back-Lit™ illumination for night use
- 90 degree analog needle sweep provides reliable performance on a budget
- Includes installation instructions in English, French, and Spanish.
|Analog or Digital:||Analog|
|Gauge Size (in.):||2.063|
|Gauge Depth (in.):||1.63|
|Range:||0 Î© Empty / 90 Î© Full|
|Scale:||E - F|
|Electrical or Mechanical:||Electrical|
|Lighting Type:||White Incandescent|
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5000 SERIES BENEFITS
- Exceptional Quality, Great Value
- Easy to Read Dial Graphics with Orange Pointer
- Stepped Stainless EU Bezels Matches Wide Range of Vehicle Interiors
- Features Perimeter Incandescent Lighting
- Rear Twist-on Mounting Ring is Included for Easy Installation
- Electric Pressure and Temperature Gauges Include Sensors
- Includes Adapters for Most Popular Vehicle Applications
- Additional Adapters are Available and Sold Separately
- Includes OEM Style Incandescent Snap-in Bulb and Socket Assemblies
- Single, Dual and Triple Gauge Sets Include Mounting Panel
What is causing my gauge to peg past full?
If the gauge is is not properly grounded it can cause the gauge to peg past full. It's also may be necessary to add an alternative ground from the sender plate to the chassis.
Why is my gauge not reading correct?
Please verify that the ohms for the sending unit are matching the ohms of our gauge. Incorrect ohms will cause the gauge to read incorrectly.
Where should I set the Pointer Positison?
It all depends on what are the Omhs on the sending unit. Would need to check the ohms on full and empty.