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Exclamation 2004 stock tranny gauge

how accurate is the stock gauge, i have one so would i still need an a pillar guage or will the stock do fine and just get a 2 guage a pillar mount

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The stock gauge works, but is very much still an idiot light. If you manage to get the factory gauge in the red, you've already cooked the clutches and fluid.
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its a piece of junk completely just garbage get a real tranny temp gauge


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ok i figured i would ask before i went thru the trouble of installing 2 gauges that do the same thing. but my stock gauge is always at 2 o'clock position or just below it after its warm. is that fine? or normal for when its pushing 40's haha
also do i really need the tranny gauge if i dont tow offen

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the tranny temp gauge is one bolt it takes 32 seconds if that


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