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Auto meter gauge question

I bought some autometer cobolt gauges from my buddy and i didnt get the transmission temp gauge wiring harness, where can i find this harness? I have a manual tranny i have the temp sensor i just dont have the harness help help help
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I would think any auto meter dealer should be able to get you the harness I would think. With a manual you don't really need a Trans temp gauge

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You'll need to modify the PTO cover to accept the temperature sender (or see if you can find one of the Fabcraft Metalworks billet covers that had the ports ... that's what I did on my 94). The ZF-5's do get pretty hot, especially in 5th gear. Miine would get up to 250F while towing. Cheers!

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