Corvette Gauge, Oil Pressure, 1977 on 2040-parts.com
Golden, Colorado, United States
Here's a used original oil pressure gauge correct for '77 Corvette with its white silk screened, 0-80 pound numbers on the face. Works as a service replacement for '74-76 with the difference being subtle silk screening details.
This is the electric version of the oil pressure gauge that began life in '74. It requires a mating, engine mounted, oil pressure transducer unlike earlier mechanical versions of the gauge from '68-73 that were driven by an oil capillary tube from the engine. This gauge came from a running car and comes with a no-DOA warranty.
The picture of the rear of the guage shows its factory original calibrating resistor was preserved when it was removed from the donor instrument cluster. Compare to catalog prices of $125+ and enjoy the saving!
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