5.0L (1979-1995) MustangTechnical discussions on 5.0 Liter Mustangs within. This does not include the 5.0 from the 2011 Mustang GT. That information is in the 2005-1011 section.
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If your using a good brand like autometer then electric will be just as good as mech. I don't like the idea of running any kinds of fluid into my cabin like that any. That's also more connections to possibly start leaking one day.
04 3.9l Convertible- Daily driver
94 5.0l Convertible- Work in progress
92 5.0l Hatchback- Another work in progress
I run my oil pressur gauge in the cabin with copper tubing to it. Been doing that for 35+ years on cars and have never had a problem.
Fuel pressure gauge is on cowl and also run with copper tube.
I will only use a mechanical gauge as I don't want any chance of sending unit failure....
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do these gauges typically come with all the hardware needed to hook them up, or would i need to buy fitting and such to connect them?
for example, for oil pressure, i would imagine it is going to connect to the spot where the stock oil pressure switch is. would the new gauge come with a tee to put in there to add the line for the gauge and allow the original switch to continue working? or would i need to keep an eye out for a 'kit' of some sort?
when talking to me, just assume i know nothing about cars
95gt;gt40 iron heads; cobra intake; 1.6rr;comp cam; shorty headers, off road x-pipe; 3.73gears
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