Reviewed By Michael T (lambertville, MI) —7/6/2016 3:51 AM
Works well. Easy to install.
Reviewed By John F (New Brighton, PA) Reviewed for a 1965 Oldsmobile 442 —6/22/2016 4:16 PM
the autometer 2/58 dia. guages i purchased for my 65 olds 442 look beautiful under the dash.I did not want to put guages in my car but my car was over heating sometimes and the dash light type oil amp alt are not helpful until its to late. at a glance I know whats going on under my hood now.If you dont have autometer guages, get them .they are so easy to install and look so good. john
Reviewed By Craig H (Jersey Shore, PA) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Ram —4/11/2016 10:55 AM
I look at alot of temp. gauges for the transmission on my dodge ram. The best one for me was the aem.I purchased a pillow post from dodge with a single mounting hole for the gauge.Everything was going great, till I went to hook up the transmission. (THE HARNESS IS TO SHORT FOR MY 4WD TRUCK). I had to cut and splice it. I called aem they said they wounld pass it along. You know how that goes. I love this gauge except for there harness. Also, I like buying all my parts from auto anything.
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