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Re: Electric temp gauge 54 /551st. [Re: Greg_H] #756025 Mon Jun 20 2011 10:52 AM
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So Greg H. do you think the gauge i have is 12 volt?


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Re: Electric temp gauge 54 /551st. [Re: laybacklenny] #756200 Tue Jun 21 2011 01:08 AM
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I don't know. To be safe, I would first try hooking it to an electric sending unit through 6V with the sender in a known temp pan of water. If it barely moves, you could try 12V then. I don't want to tell you something and be responsible for you trashing your guage.

Re: Electric temp gauge 54 /551st. [Re: Greg_H] #756761 Wed Jun 22 2011 09:12 PM
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Understand completely, will let you know how it all works out. I am told i will need to know what amp's are being drawn so we are working on that and the 12 to 6 reducer.
Thanks


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