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Old 01-21-2014, 05:08 PM   #1
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1982 31' Airstream 310
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Factory gauge removal

Howdy from the frozen tundra of central illinois! I need to troubleshoot my pyrometer gauge in my 82/83 310. Could someone enlighten me as to how one removes the gauge from the dash plate. Its not registering at all right now and i may just replace it rather than trying to fix it. Thanks so much and stay warm!

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Old 01-21-2014, 08:55 PM   #2
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1994 31' Legacy 30
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I just replaced my EGT today. There are about 7 screws that hold the instrument panel in place. Then a pair of nuts that hold the gauge in place. It tucks in behind a holder that holds most of the other instruments in place. And there is a black plastic ring that block out stray light. The original gauge was not much. You can replace it with a modern much better instrument for a couple of hundred bucks. I went with 2 1/16" Auto Meter. Hardest part of the refit was running the cable from the probe back to the instrument panel.

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