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Dash gauges
« on: May 07, 2018, 12:43:34 PM »
Another question I have for my upcoming swap project besides my transmission question is about the dash gauges?  Are they like the full size Jeep gauges and all analog electrical gauges?  No computers?  For example, if I put in an AMC spec temperature sender in my donor engine I should only need to get the wire to it for it to read properly on the dash, correct?
1986 J10 - 401/700R4/D44HD/D60FF
2001 XJ - 4.0/AW4/D44/D44
2012 JK - 3.6/NSG370/4 spd Atlas/D30/D44

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