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Old 04-01-2015, 07:33 PM   #1
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Replacing Gauges

Ok some you may have read my earlier post regarding my !984 Suncrest here is the link for a recap.
1984 Suncrest 26'

Anyway still having issues with the one gauge cluster that contains fuel, engine Temp, and oil pressure. Thinking just installing an Aux temp and oil pressure gauge. I deal with the fuel issue that's a matter of just watching my miles:

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Old 04-02-2015, 02:30 PM   #2
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You're probably better off going the route of new external gauges. If you get just the gauges, don't forget to replace with proper engine temp and oil pressure sensor as they might not be calibrated for the old sensors.

I've also seen new fuel gauges, but you have to get those as a kit it'll come with the proper tank sensor that will be needed, but as you say, milage will work also.

You could keep looking on Ebay to find the stock gauges you need, but those will be used and possibly not work well, because well, they're also old and people that restore trucks, cars don't restore MH and I'm sure the gauge clusters are different.
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