Thursday, May 2, 2019

Throwback: About the MerkMeter

Since I have a gauge cluster with a MerkMeter and needed to understand what it was, how it worked and how to reinstall it, I had to go find information about it. I finally found information and had to pull this out of the WayBack Machine, I figured I'd post it here, so there's a live website for this content again.

Chris

MerkMetertm     Merkur Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge
 



  • Graphically displays the output of the existing oxygen sensor
  • Patent pending design fits in the stock instrument cluster...No additional gauge pod is required!
  • One year warranty
  • Fits in all model year XR4Tis and Scorpios
  • All wires and connectors needed for installation are included in the kit:
  • Detailed and illustrated printed instructions included
  • Installs with simple hand tools in less than one hour
  • Three color display permits monitoring information in the driver's peripheral vision 
  • 10 segment display is calibrated for .1 volt per segment with a 1 volt range
  • Built-in fuse protection
  • Built-in battery reversal protection
  • Display can be configured in Dot or Bar Modes
  • High impedance precision circuitry will not effect oxygen sensor output to the ECU
Price was $74.99 (USD) for members of the International Merkur Owners Network, the Hardcore List, the XR4Ti List, the Merkur Club of America or any of the other Merkur clubs or organizations listed on the Merkur Desktop.

Price for others was $89.99.

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