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The most likely would be a sender working with a stabilised 10v supply for a bimetallic instrument which would give ohms 240 empty, 68 half and 20 full. Earlier vehicles might have had moving iron instruments with a completely different set up...

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Looks a nice bit of kit and I see it has a setting for 240 - 33 ohms but surely as theres no exact match you'll use the custom sensor calibration? Dont forget you still need to leave the original 10v stabilised supply powering the temperature gauge....

Let us know how you get on👍

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