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1966 Crown Coupe, 2016 200 S AWD, 1962 Lark Daytona V8.
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There was a corporate standard and I'm sure that there still is. It's cheaper when you can make things the same as each other on vehicle models.
What year? For many years approximately 73Ω empty and 10Ω full was the Mopar standard. My best guess would be that yours is similar.

  • Ford up to 1986 - 73-10 Ohms
  • Ford 1987 & up - 16-158 Ohms
  • GM up to 1964 - 0-30 Ohms
  • GM 1965-1997 - 0-90 Ohms
  • GM 1998 & up - 40-250 Ohms
  • Mopar up to 1986 - 73-10 Ohms
  • AMC 1950-1977 - 73-10 Ohms
  • Autometer -240-33 Ohms is the most common however other ohm ranges are made
  • Classic Instruments - 240-33 Ohms (excluding vehicle specific gauge kits which use factory ohm range)
  • Dolphin - 0-90 Ohms
  • Dakota Digital - Programmable to work with most Ohm range senders
  • VDO - 10-180 Ohms
 
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