AutoMeter Autogage Gauges Customer Reviews
12 Customer Reviews
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Autogage Gauges deliver AutoMeter's legendary quality without busting your budget. Choose from black faces with black bezels and white pointers or white faces with chrome bezels and orange pointers. Plus, some Autogage gauges come with a built-in console for easy mounting.
AutoMeter's been delivering critical vehicle information to racers, drivers and pit crews for over 50 years. These high-tech dashboard devices are race-proven in the toughest venues: NASCAR, NHRA, Baja, Off-Shore Marine, Bonneville and everywhere races are won.
Your vehicle's dash is prime real estate. Only use the best for tracking vital statistics that make or break the race. AutoMeter's diverse line-up of top-quality gauges is ready to meet the demands and rigors of your ride. What's more, your AutoMeter Auto gage Gauges are backed by a 1-year warranty.
12 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by ROBERT G (NEW PORT RICHEY, FL) Reviewed for a 1994 Ford F-150 — Jun 27, 2013 5:43 AM
Bought this gauge with the AutoMeter a-pillar gauge pod. Install was pretty straight forward, but the pod didn't want you to use the retaining clamp to hold the gauge in place. Called it a "force fit". Didn't like that, so I used it anyway. Clear tubing supplied with the gauge was too short, so I used a connector and added tubing to the end. Tubing is not very rigid. Started the truck and the gauge didn't work. Tubing had kinked & collapsed.
Reviewed by Gene O (Sunnyvale, CA) — Oct 30, 2011 7:03 AM
Tried two of them and both would not read a stable pressure of 4psi as does your gauge! Two failures of the SW gauge is not a workmanship problem, it's a design problem. Their gauge would oscillate at 10 Hz between 7 and 1 psi when the pressure is a steady 4 psi! Thanks again!
Reviewed by Michael P (Chesapeake, VA) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tacoma — Oct 22, 2011 6:34 AM
used these to replace idiot lights on my 69 pontiac to get readings instead of waiting till it was too late.seem accurate,easy to install,everything included.hardest thing was drilling/finding a hole at the firewall.got lucky and removed a plug and inlarged the hole.
Reviewed by William S (Ooltewah, TN) — Aug 17, 2011 5:27 AM
I have two water temp gauges under the hood of my car, one on each bank of cylinders, so by monitoring these gauges I'm sure getting correct temp readings (under the hood). The problem is the AutoMeter gauge was installed under the dash and fails to read the same temp as the underhood gauges. It is consistantly off by 30 to 60 degrees. Very disappointed.
Reviewed by Otto T (Kapolei, HI) Reviewed for a 1998 Ford Ranger — Nov 30, 2010 11:10 PM
It looks great installed but I had some difficulty finding what wires specifically to splice because these are universal gauges. Just make sure to have an experienced friend around and your fuse box diagram handy.