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  1. autometer gauge wiring help

    2005-2010 Mustang GT Tech
    I have an 06 mustang gt automatic. i am installing an oil pressure, oil temperature and water gauge in a dash pod. I have read of several different ways to wire them and wanted to post what I am planning on doing and have a couple of questions. I plan to add an add a circuit to one of the open...
  2. Autometer tach Jumpy, Not working

    5.0L Talk
    i have an autometer tach and i installed it on my 93 5.0 i have all the wires hooked up and the tach does not display right, it will jump all over the gauge quickly. green i have to the negative coil, red- 12v ignition, white- dash lighting and black- ground. the tach worked properly when i had...
  3. Help installing Autometer gauges!

    2005-2010 Mustang GT Tech
    Like I said I need some help in wiring my gauges. I have electric oil pressure and voltmeter gauges. I know that they both need to be wired to the ignition and also the lights. The sender module came with the oil pressure so ill also need a fitting to connect it to the stock oil pressure gauge...
  4. 1966 Mustang Only charging at high RPM

    Classic Tech
    Hi, I just got an A/F from autometer. This gauge has the feature that it turns itself on when the battery hits 13.8 volts, witch means it will not turn on before the engine is started - in theory. In real life I have to rev the engine up to about 3500 rpm to get it to turn on. What is most...
  5. 1993 Mustang LX 5.0 Autometer Tach Install Questions

    5.0L Tech
    I just bought a Phantom 5" Autometer tach and I'm in the process of installing it. So far I've routed the green wire to the coil, and found a ground for the black wire underneath the dash. Now comes the difficult part. I need help finding a 12v ignition power source for the red wire, and I need...
  6. JBA Shorties, and AFR guage first impressions

    4.6L Talk
    About a week ago, I started the install on JBA shorty headers and an Autometer wide-band AFR guage. Finally finished it up tonight, and went for a test ride... JBA Headers: Pain in the ass install. Refer to my previous thread, "Harder Install: Headers or Gears" to read about the headaches the...