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Omega Kustom 910132 Clock, 2-1/16, White Face

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Gauge Type:
Electric
Bezel Finish:
Stainless
Gauge Face:
White
Lettering Color:
Black
Needle Color:
Red
MFG. Part #:
910132
Lighted:
Yes
Overall Diameter:
2.22
Stud Length:
1.05
Stud Diameter:
.16
Center to Center:
1.00
Depth:
2.67
Body Length:
1.64
Body Diameter:
2.05
Omega Kustom 910132 Clock, 2-1/16, White Face
Omega Kustom 910132 Clock, 2-1/16, White Face
Omega Kustom 910132 Clock, 2-1/16, White Face
Omega Kustom 910132 Clock, 2-1/16, White Face

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Made in the USA. Stainless steel bezels, glass lens, precision movements and adjustable brackets. These gauges have panel lights. Has a 3 year warranty. 

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Greetings, Can you tell me what the current draw is for the clock. I am concerned that because I have a Mazda Miata, and it has a very small battery, it will become drained after say 2 weeks of not using the car. 1) Can you assure me that it will not be the case? 2) May I return the clock if I find it drains the battery? Thank you.

Bob
Palmer, MA
August 14, 2016

Greetings, Can you tell me what the current draw is for the clock. I am concerned that because I have a Mazda Miata, and it has a very small battery, it will become drained after say 2 weeks of not using the car. 1) Can you assure me that it will not be the case? 2) May I return the clock if I find it drains the battery? Thank you.

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August 16, 2016
John
Expert
A 12 volt clock draws minimal current in the milliamp range, and will not normally drain your battery. If you are already experiencing battery drain in two weeks, an idea would be to find the problem first, then add this clock once the problem is fixed. This will ensure the battery is at its peak performance, and you should be able to start the car after a couple weeks.
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