pressure gauge works on hooks law principle ,when we applying pressure in end connection of the pressure gauge ,the same pressure operating at end of the bourdon tube.
Most oil pressure gauges operate by a varying voltage. The oil pressure changes the resistance in the oil sensor, causing the gauge to change readings.
It will be a oil pressure sensor
To answer you question more thoroughly I will need more detail because there are several different types of water qauges. You have a water temperature gauge, water pressure gauge and water level gauges.
it works in side the battery
The screw gauge works on the principle of screw
your rpm gauge works off your engin your speed gauge works off the transmission where the cable slides into the transmission tha plastic geer is probably stripped
A Bourdon Gauge is a pressure indicator, it works with a "C" shaped tube oval in cross section that tries to straighten under pressure. When the tube tries to straighten it pulls on a connecting arm which turns a needle that is against a card that states the pressure. A bourdon gauge lets you know when a stoem is headed your way.It is like a warning tool because it lets you know early so you can prepare for the storm.
so when you have a rain gauge you can use it for rain you will measure the rain.
AnswerWhat do you mean by haywire? Without more information, all I can tell you to do right now is to replace the filter you are using with an AC/Delco filter. The oil pressure sending unit may be defective if you are getting erratic readings. I mean that the water temp gauge needle goes way past the point to where it bottoms out and so does the battery volt gauge needle and the oil pressure gauge needle and the tach needle works when it wants to.
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