Small 4 pin connector for the Commander Tachometer. Next, connect a wire from the float on the fuel tank to the negative terminal of the fuel gauge. The drawings do not replace the large single electrical diagrams available from the club stores and vendors, they work in conjunction with the large diagram. The list may take several seconds to populate on the web page. This is a quite simple system, there only few components we will deal with here, nevertheless we must not underestimate the wiring system, we must first study them before performing anything.
Obtain 12-volt power from the fuse box using a standard wire, and connect it to the positive terminal of the fuel gauge. Be careful not to use power tools around the fuel tank, as it can lead to combustion or explosion. They may be printed by selecting the Acrobat Reader Printer Icon and then selecting Landscape on the Properties Menu. . This version, however, can not support flashing the turn indicator in the tach. This circuit diagram is explaining about the fuel gauge system of all 1958 Ford cars. W Windshield Full Size Diagrams The following drawings were originally collected from various sources by Asa Jay Laughton, who scanned and spent many hours cleaning up and detailing them.
You can view and print the files with most image viewers. Components inside are such as: gauge unit, resistance wire, float, heating coil, bimetallic arm, and voltage regulator. They are scaled to fit 8. Ask them to plot to a large format output, as a black and white image. Includes Fuel, Pressure, Temperature, Rudder Angle and Trim gauges. When wiring a fuel gauge, it is wise to have a full tank in order to monitor the installation correctly. The diagrams are in Acrobat Reader.
A Air Conditioning Turn Signal Flasher Conversion notes: 1 converts from the old 4 wire flasher to a standard 3 wire flasher by just moving wires. Large 6 pin and Small 4 pin Connectors for the Yamaha adaptor for Pilot I. Files are fully down-loadable and printable pdf format via the Box. Large 6 pin and Small 4 pin connector for the SystemCheck® Commander Speedometer. The information presented on The Pantera Place website is intended for the use of individuals to learn about the Pantera and not for commercial use or sale Any use or reproduction of the information presented on this Pantera Place website page outside of this scope of use must be authorized by The Pantera Place and Bill Taylor. That should be all they need in terms of instructions from you. Many thanks to Bill Taylor for all the time he spent researching and making these drawings and then sharing his work with our Pantera Place visitors.
Click to get acopy of Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't see your specific information, be sure to check back at a later time as content is updated regularly. The shape of the fuel tank can also cause these errors, as they may be shapelessly designed to fit in the frame of the car. The float is usually made of fiberglass and connected to a resistor. Technical Specification - This document provides specifications and dimensions for most of the gauges available at Faria. Note: Case diameter dimension is panel hole requirement.
Wire a fuel gauge by first disconnecting the old dysfunctional unit to replace it with a new one. View wiring diagrams and schematics for hundreds of popular boats including Lowe, Larson, Alumacraft, Lund, and others. These wiring diagrams are part of a larger package of literature that includes Bill Taylor's drawings above that are available from the Pantera Owners Club of America, You can view a of the literature at the. They take a minute or so to download, so be patient. Special Harness Drawings 4 and 6 pin connector for Pilot with Ballast.
After downloading they should be rotated using the Acrobat Reader toolbar. Large 4 pin connector for Commander Tachometer. Large 6 pin and Small 4 pin connectors for the Pilot I. Next, gather all the necessary tools and equipment together. I think you will find the image quality is very good. The conversions can be done in sequence to make life a little easier.
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