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    Default Digital gauges look terrific, work great and were easy to install



    Center console of an '80 Vette. Just after a cold start: Water temp, Oil press, MAP and AFR. Pretty cool upgrade for a 30 yr old car.

    Haven't figured how to read the fuel tank's sending unit yet, otherwise it would be a complete console. Anyone have any suggestions? Should be just 0-12 volts based on resistance, but how do you get the ECU to tell the gauge something other than voltage? Maybe I didn't read that far in the manual...
    Last edited by torc55; 10-26-2010 at 10:38 PM. Reason: Engine operating description

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