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Does the gauge utilize a probe thats in a well somewhere?
Not sure if it is feasible for you to try but depending on the graduations of your gauge you could check it in ice water. A good mixture of ice and water will be 32 degrees...
To look at it more closely in regards to your application, you could also try putting the probe in boiling water. Water boiling will be 212 degrees. (Give or take on atmospheric pressure due to elevation.)
Like I said...that's probably way too much of a pain to try though.
2002 F250 Extended cab 4x4
ISSPRO 3 gauge set (Boost,EGT,Trans)
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