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2006 Honda Civic
Gauges

2006 Honda Civic Gauges

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AutoMeter Autogage Gauges

Very pleased

The gauges that I bought from you were reasonably priced, and a good value for the money. I received the shipment as promised in a very timely fashion. They fit in my vehicle nicely and are not gaumy. Thanks again for the great service! Brian View more reviews...
Posted By Brian M (Littleton , NH ) / December 9, 2008
2000 Honda Civic
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AutoMeter Pro-Comp Gauges

Datsun GT3

Always used Autometer, excellent gauge for the money. My car's suspension is very hard. These gauges work. This is the third build for the 240.. these new gauges are replacing the same set which is now over 10 years old. I've always gone with autometer and always will. Look great and they perform plus very reliable.. View more reviews...
Posted By Franklin B (CARTERSVILLE, GA) / June 12, 2019
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AutoMeter Ultra-Lite Gauges

2006 Ford F-150 XLT 5.4L 3 valve

I installed the oil pressure gauge because on any Ford with the factory dash gauge is nothing more than a fake. The oil pressure switch will turn on with as little as 1psi and show normal on the gauge. With a brass T and the included oil pressure sender, I get to see true oil pressure. The transmission temp gauge I installed because I wanted to monitor the temperature in the transmission if I ever towed something large like a RV trailer. View more reviews...
Posted By Charles B (Wichita Falls, TX) / May 20, 2019
2006 Ford F-150
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