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1967-1968 Ford Mustang Fuel Gauge
1967-1968 Ford Mustang Fuel Gauge
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1984 - 1985 GM S10 / GMC S15 - Fuel Gauge 6434023
1984 - 1985 GM S10 / GMC S15 - Fuel Gauge 6434023
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1982 - 1989 Chevrolet Camaro Dash Water Temperature Gauge 25034460
1982 - 1989 Chevrolet Camaro Dash Water Temperature Gauge 25034460
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1965-1966 Ford Mustang Temperature Gauge
1965-1966 Ford Mustang Temperature Gauge
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1964-1965 Ford Mustang, Falcon, & Ranchero Temperature Gauge
1964-1965 Ford Mustang, Falcon, & Ranchero Temperature Gauge
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1964-1965 Ford Mustang, Falcon, & Ranchero Fuel Gauge
1964-1965 Ford Mustang, Falcon, & Ranchero Fuel Gauge
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1964-1965 Ford Mustang Speedometer Gauge
1964-1965 Ford Mustang Speedometer Gauge
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1989 - 1990 GM & GMC Truck Voltmeter 6475039
1989 - 1990 GM & GMC Truck Voltmeter 6475039
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1978 - 1985 Chevrolet El Camino, Monte Carlo Voltmeter Gauge 6474580
1978 - 1985 Chevrolet El Camino, Monte Carlo Voltmeter Gauge 6474580
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Best Classic Instruments & Gauges

Classic Car Gauges From ISS Automotive

If you want to keep the integrity of your classic vehicle’s dashboard, you want a high-quality gauge from ISS Automotive. We are the gauge and instrumentation experts. In the years we've been in business, we have repaired or replaced more than 1.5 million clusters, gauges, and other electronic parts for automakers, suppliers, dealerships, and consumers.

At ISS Automotive our goal is always the same: Offer high-quality products that fit right and work right, regardless of the age of the car or truck. So whether you're looking for a voltmeter, a fuel gauge, an oil pressure gauge, or another gauge for your classic car, you’re in the right spot. And if you don’t see the gauge you need, contact us about our specialty repair services.

Why Buy From Us?

ISS Automotive is one of the most reliable names in the automotive industry. Serving since 1949, ISS Automotive has provided quality vehicle replacement parts and repairs for most vehicle makes/models, including gauges for many popular classics like the Chevy El Camino and 1960s-era Mustang. When you shop with us you get:

  • Correct fitment. Your parts will be built to OEM standards and programmed to work with your exact model year.
  • Easy installation. All you need are some basic hand tools to remove your old gauges and install the new ones from ISS.
  • Customized upgrades. ISS offers LED lighting upgrades along with other customization options that vary by part.

On top of all that, ISS offers a limited lifetime warranty for all our remanufactured products, including new and replacement/exchange units and repair units. Plus, we offer free and fast shipping in the continental USA.

Have questions about your order or need help finding the right part? Call us at 866.429.1180 for more information.

FAQs

Can I Refurbish My Classic Car Gauge Myself?

Depending on your skills and expertise, maybe. The main steps in refurbishing a classic gauge are:

  • Disassembly, taking great care not to damage or destroy any components, as they are nearly impossible to replace
  • Cleaning and restoring gauge faces, needles (a/k/a pointers), and various bezels
  • Restoration can include anything from simply buffing away some plastic lens scratches to re-chroming a piece of metal or repairing rust and then repainting
  • Each type of instrument/gauge is a little different, so you'll need to do some research before attempting repairs. Older speedometers may have a gear that needs repacked or even replaced, for example, whereas an older temperature gauge may use something called a Bourdon tube that's surprisingly complex.
  • Of course, you'll need tools, patience, and skill with a soldering iron

For the right enthusiast, gauge refurbishment might be fun. But for most people, time is better spent working on a part of the vehicle that isn't as complex or challenging to work on an old gauge. Not to mention, professional restoration just isn't that costly.

Can You Buy Classic Car Gauges As Part of An Entire Cluster?

Typically, there's no way to buy all original gauges restored and refurbished as a set. They are often sold individually, and in many cases, restored gauges are not offered simply because modern replacements are more effective and far less expensive. There are also brand new screen-based gauges that - while expensive - have lots of cool extras (only they don't look original at all).

Here at ISS, we can rebuild and/or replace any number of older gauges. So, if you're looking for someone to fix up an entire cluster, be sure to contact us. We may be able to work on the entire unit for you.

What Is An Instrument Gauge Wiring Harness?

An instrument gauge wiring harness is a lot like it sounds. It’s a collection of wires that connect the gauges to the electrical system of your vehicle. On older vehicles, the wire harness isn't the same as you'd find on a newer vehicle, where everything is color-coded and can be plugged or clipped together. Many older wire harnesses will have corrosion issues, inline fuses, soldered connections, replacement wiring that's not sized properly (someone did a quick repair at some point), and very often grounding issues.

If you're looking to fix/replace an older wiring harness, you may be able to buy an entire kit (which is quite a bit of work to install) or you can test/repair the harness you have. With a good testing process, repairs are usually the way to go. But if you're not familiar with how older vehicle electrical systems work, or if you overlook some aspect of the testing process, it could be a frustrating project.

NOTE: You can learn more about faulty wiring harnesses in this article on the ISS Automotive blog. It's not necessarily for classic vehicles, but there's some good info in there.

Why Is My Gauge Not Working?

There can be several reasons why a gauge stops working...corrosion, ground issues, overheated wiring (common on older vehicles that have newer alternators/ignition systems), a mechanical or electrical failure in the gauge itself, a blown fuse, dirt/debris (older gauges and gauge clusters aren't exactly airtight), etc. It's hard to know without testing.