Tuzson, Paul
April 2009
Street Machine;Apr2009, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p106
The article offers information on automobile gauges. There are two types of gauges, namely, mechanical and electrical. Mechanical gauges have a capillary tube or hydraulic line running into them and require no electrical connection other than for illumination, while electric gauges run via electrical connections only.


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