After the coolant temperature gauge went bad on my previous '95 Trek (GM 6.5 Diesel), I bought an aftermarket gauge and sending unit at a local auto parts store. It turns out the factory gauge was reading 15 - 20 degrees too low. I suspect any decent aftermarket gauge may be better than factory gauges (I read someplace the Ford oil pressure gauge is nothing than an on-off switch, and doesn't reflect actual oil pressure at all, it just moves the needle).
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Originally Posted by boverton
Hey all, I have a new 1994 Brave. New to me of course. I am trying to fix all the little things to take me to NASCAR races. Everything on this very clean and nice RV is stock. It has 45k miles on it. It has the 3 idiot gauges on it AMPS, Oil Pressure, and Water Temp. Can anyone recommend a set of gauges they have used on their RV. Thank you Bryan.
George Schweikle Lexington, KY
1999 Safari TREK 2830, FMCA 190830, Safari International chapter
1995 Safari TREK 2630, 1983 Winnebago Chieftain, 1976 Midas Mini