Universal Cobalt™ 2-1/16" Electric Fuel Level Gauge (6116) by Auto Meter®, 240 Ohms Empty - 33 Ohms Full. This advanced technology instrument was developed for top racing teams, and features electric analog 270 degree full sweep display with precision stepper motor movement. It can be custom calibrated to accurately display the output from any fuel level sender with an output between 0 and 280 Ohms. A user programmable warning function can be set to alert to low fuel level, at which time the gauge will flash red. Includes wiring and detailed instructions.
- Accurately displays fuel level in tank
- Electric analog 90 degree short sweep gauges calibrated to work with the resistance range of fuel level senders on most Chrysler, Ford and GM vehicles
- Electric analog 270 degree full sweep gauges are programmable to work with any fuel level sender with an output of 0-280 Ohms
- Available in a selection of styles, face colors, bezel finishes and lighting
- Each gauge comes with instructions
- Limited 1-year warranty
- Proudly made in the USA
The gas tank fuel level sender is nothing more than a variable resistor that varies resistance to ground according to the level of the float in the fuel tank. The resistance range of each sender is not uniform and varies between manufacturers and model years. But if you want to add a custom fuel gauge to your ride, don’t despair, because regardless of the sender in your fuel tank, Auto Meter has a custom gauge that will work.
An extensive selection of electric analog 90 degree short sweep gauges are available calibrated to work on most Chrysler, Ford, and GM vehicles, including mid 1960s-mid 1990s GM vehicles with 0-90 Ohm senders, older GM vehicles with 0-30 Ohm senders, older Ford/Chrysler vehicles with 73-10 Ohm senders, and newer Ford vehicles with 16-158 Ohm senders. There are also gauges calibrated to work with a universal aftermarket 240-33 Ohm sender. If the sender on your ride doesn’t fall within one of these ranges Auto Meter makes electric analog 270 degree full sweep programmable gauges that can be custom calibrated to accurately display the output from any fuel level sender with an output between 0 and 280 Ohms. All of these gauges are available in a broad range of styles, colors, bezel finishes, and lighting, so you can get the exact design and style you want and match your other Auto meter gauges.
The Competition Series full sweep gauge a user programmable warning function that can be set to alert you to low fuel level, at which time the gauge will flash red. The Elite Series full sweep gauge has 7 user selectable colors, and high and low warning points that change the backlight color and flash if the warning point is exceeded by 10%.
Comprehensive, illustrated instructions are included with the Fuel Level Gauge, and it’s covered by a limited 1-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
Auto Meter® is the leading manufacturer of automotive instrumentation and electronics. The company manufacturers instruments for displaying everything that’s possible to measure on a vehicle, including specialized gauges, shift lights and warning lights for all types of racing, where they are the dominant brand. Founded in 1957 by electronic instrumentation pioneer Vern Westberg, today the company is a division of the Harbour Group. Besides manufacturing performance and racing instrumentation and electronics for the automotive aftermarket, Auto Meter also has an OEM division that makes instrumentation for production vehicles, a Pro-Cycle division that produces instrumentation for motorcycles, a Marine division that creates instrumentation for watercraft, and a Test Equipment division that manufactures a complete line of equipment for testing, charging and maintaining batteries, and testing the vehicle charging system. Headquartered in Sycamore, Illinois, where it has a 45,000 sq. ft. manufacturing plant, Auto Meter also has 125,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing plant space in Utah, where its OEM and Test Equipment divisions are located. The company has 500 employees, all devoted to providing the performance enthusiast and racer with the information they need.