Auto Meter GM/Dodge Speed Sensor, Mechanical to Electric New
Auto Meter GM/Dodge Speed Sensor, Mechanical to Electric
AutoMeter vehicle speed sensors generate the signal you need to make installing an AutoMeter electric speedometer in your vehicle quick and easy. Compatible with GM and Chrysler transmissions with a 7/8" -18 threaded speedometer cable output, this vehicle speed sensor outputs a 16 pulse per revolution (PPR), 12v square wave signal. Featuring a mechanical cable output, this sensor has the ability to retain the mechanical cable in applications with mechanically driven cruise control.
Instant throttle response
* Diesel or Gas engines
* Quicker turbocharger spooling
* Easy to install with factory connections
* Adjustable sensitivity levels
* Reduce Pedal Lag
* Boost throttle signals by 50% or 100%
* No emission tampering
* EO# D-553-3 - 2005 Ford Excursion and 2005-2018 Ford F-250 and F-350 with 6.0L, 6.4L or 6.7L diesel engines
*Optional Push Button Switch Kit available p/n 1057705
Description: Fits: Universal for use with BD Power Booster
Item #: 1057705
Fleece Performance, Cummins Dual CP3 Pump Control Harness (2003-2018)*New
Fleece Performance, Cummins Dual CP3 Pump Control Harness
Take full control of your Cummins dual CP3's using your just your ECM. The CP3X2 harness allows you to control your Cummins dual pumps without an expensive dual pump controller.
We recommend multiplying the stock FCA current table (D0787) on the Cummins ECM's by 1.6-1.7 as a place to start. The FCA current varies from truck to truck based on the solenoid characteristics, age, and idle lift pump pressure. Higher lift pump pressures at idle will require more amperage at the top of the table (low desired fuel flow) to keep the rail at it's target pressure. If the truck will not start after multiplying the table by 1.7, revert back to the original tune and multiply by a smaller number until the truck starts easily, yet maintains the target rail pressure at idle. This is one of the more time consuming calibration procedures on heavily modified trucks, so make calculated changes, so that you can dial it in as quickly as possible. Once you have the truck idling at the correct target pressure you may need to modify the middle and lower portions of the table to prevent rail pressure overshoot or undershoot. Again, methodical changes in the FCA table will yield the best results. Use the EFI Live Scan Tool to log your changes and adjust in the Tuning Tool as necessary. Keep in mind, more current is less flow, and less current is more, zero current being full flow from all pumps. Theoretically you should be able to control 3 pumps. The table will allow the driver to deliver up to 5 amps of current.