Discussion in 'Ranchero Parts For Sale' started by andrewok1, Jun 5, 2019.
1972-1973 SPORT CIRCUITS 10 AVAILBLE ,they are going fast
1978 sport instrumentation group, production date 09/22/77. What do you need to order.
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1972 73 soport circuits 6 out of a batch of 18 remaining ,
I can hold them with just your word your need time to get Ranchero dollars TOGETHER,
NEXT BATCH WONT BE UNTIL FEBUARY NEXT YEAR 2021 .
sorry,been really behind at work. will make payment this weekend too Neil. Thanks for the heads up. This is for the 1978
What part is being sold exactly? If you buy a circuit board for a 72 does it include a working tach?
You get a printed circuit for the tach style cluster similar to this one ,
Oh wow that looks brand new! I just had to clean up mine to make my signal light indicator work again. I'm tempted to buy one just because I'm sure mine isn't going to last forever
yes they are made in New ZEALAND ,NEW 5 CIRCUITS REMAIN OUT OF 18 I JUST GOT THEM A FEW DAYS AGO
1972-3 sport circuits a few are still available. 1970 -71 new batch of 20 circuits
How do you know if u need the circuits?
My tach works but it's WAY off......needle starts at like 3,000RPM and go's to 6,000....speedo is about 15mph off (too high)
your tach my be reading but not correct, that sound like a bad tach .
IT OPERATES all the gauges except tach- fuel /amps /directionals,brake warning light /also has to do with the lighting of the gauges,
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I bought an aftermarket tach from autometer, took the guts out and installed it inside my gauge cluster. It works perfect. At first glance it looks stock but if you look close its easy to tell it's not. I'm happy with the outcome though
thats a good way to fix the tach .
I have only 5 of the 18 circuits available /.going fast ,next run next year April
Yeah......Fuel/amps/and guage lights don't work but directionals do, not sure on the brake warning light.
I'm having the rear end looked at becasue it's making noise and the trans not downshifting issue......then i'll try to get the guages looked at.
Thanks for the idea.
You don't have the model # of the Autometer tach by any chance do you? May not make a diff but I figured it might be better if I bought the same one since it worked for you.
I don't have the model number anymore I don't think. I bought it because the face of the gauge was almost exactly the same size as our stock tach face. I took a bunch of photos during the project so I could probably post them. I don't want to hijack this thread so maybe I'll start a new one.
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