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Old 08-17-2004, 10:47 PM
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Cool digital dash gauges

I am interesting in converting my dash (23 t-bucket )into all digital gauges.Right now the gauges that are in there are the standard machanical gauges typical in most 23-t's.need to know what has to be done,do I need to change all the sending units ? this is all new to me,I have basic electrical knowledge.but lost when it comes to this..gauges would be,gas,oil,water rpm,mph,alt.the engine is a ford 302,need some help

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Joe, I put them in a 40 chevy. The kit came with all the sending units. Problems, the gas read in % age, which wasn't bad, except when you filled the tank, it showed 10, then went down to 1 then to 99. I never found out where 0 was, I always filled it at 30. The oil pressure was all over the place. temp worked well as did volt meter. Wished I went with antique gauges. To each his own. lol
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Dokata Digital should be able too hook you up.
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