|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.7 x 3 x 2.9 inches|
|Item model number||24801|
|Manufacturer Part Number||24801|
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- Includes grommet, mechanical restriction gauge and instruction card
- Engineered with a sintered bronze filter inside the brass fitting
- Constructed from temperature resistant materials
- Reduces filter inspections and needless replacements
- Prevents contamination from airborne vapors or dirt, each monitor is
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Wix Air Filter Monitor Kits include grommet, mechanical restriction gauge and instruction card. They are designed to measure the quality of outlet air coming from the air filters and prevent contamination from airborne vapors and dirt. These kits are constructed from temperature resistant materials and are directly connected to the outlet of air filter housing.
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The GM dealers want up to $75.00 for a replacement, and even though it said this would not fit or work on my truck it works like a charm, I did need to remove the old rubber grommet, then I applied some grease to the new one and pushed it in and it fit like a glove, and the gauge is working just like the old one plus I saved a lot of money.
"FYI" This is made by the same Company that makes the ones for General Motors
I installed mine in my car's (VW Jetta TDI) air filter housing, and was puzzled when it immediately pulled down, nearly to the red "filter clogged" indicator line.
This tipped me off to the fact that my car was equipped with a debris and snow filter screen near the radiator core support, and it'd gotten clogged over the years. After cleaning the snow screen out, the restriction gauge has remained near the minimum restriction line.
With this addition to my car's air filter housing, the filters will no longer require time changes, but instead stay in use until the media is clogged and causes restriction on the gauge. From other's estimations, this is likely to be from 1.5-3 times the stated time change interval, and will save on unnecessary filters being purchased, and disposed of.
It fits in the same location as the original.
It is about a third larger an is much easier to read with a larger viewing indicator.
It measures peak vacuum, which will be fairly universal. I noticed on my wife's car, the filter is a little dirty, and read zero restriction, even at wide-open-throttle. Which is good to know that it takes more than that to really block things off, but also means I probably won't let it get all the way to the "replace filter" mark before I do.