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'37 gas gage: S-W or AC Delco?
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tsherry
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Can anyone help me out on determining which gauges I have on my '37? I need to order a sending unit, and apparently there was an either/or on S-W or AC -Delco.

Any hints on determining which I have?

Posted on: 1/12 11:09
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I cannot speak for 37 but maybe it was consistent across the years. On 41 and 47 models with Stewart-Warner gauges their logo is stamped somewhere on the mounting plate which fastens the gauges to the cluster.

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Posted on: 1/12 11:45
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Re: '37 gas gage: S-W or AC Delco?
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Perfect. My phone camera and I, or my inspection camera, will check this out.

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Well, no markings on the back of the gauge support panel, dangit.

Posted on: 1/12 20:46
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Re: '37 gas gage: S-W or AC Delco?
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Sorry for the dupe post. They're AC. (Found it in the shop manual. Should've started there....) All '37's use AC; they went to SW in '38.

Posted on: 1/13 11:25
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