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    Autometer Guage Fluid

    Does anyone know were to get more of the liquid that is in their gauges or what it is so I can get some? With it mounted on the glove box and laying in that position the liquid isnt really high enough to cover the needle. I think it should have more in it.


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    Most gauges are filled with Glycerin or Silicone. Try any Hydraulic shop or McMaster sells it by the pint.

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    i used autometer fluid gauge for many year and dont wory if you dont see the liquid the mechanical gear inside are in the liquid so the needle dont bounce.if you put more it will spill in the heat that why they have a small bleeding screw.

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    Never thought of that. Thankx man.

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    Liquid Filled guages...Damn it boy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    Liquid Filled guages...Damn it boy...
    Ha, whats that supposed to mean? My bro has a liquid filled and it works great. I dont want to have to worry about one fogging up. I was thinking though of some dynotune guages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed_Freak_039A View Post
    Ha, whats that supposed to mean? My bro has a liquid filled and it works great. I dont want to have to worry about one fogging up. I was thinking though of some dynotune guages.

    Stay with the mechanical guages...Less likely to have problems....Electricity and water dont mix...

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    Next thing you know, we are all going to be talking about how often you should change the fluid in your gages, lol. Then, that Amsoil dude will come on and say that he has non-slip fluid for our gages that makes them perform better....

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    LMAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by wot View Post
    next thing you know, we are all going to be talking about how often you should change the fluid in your gages, lol. Then, that amsoil dude will come on and say that he has non-slip fluid for our gages that makes them perform better....

    ahahahahahhhhahha!!!!!

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