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How OneGauge Works

Installing and using your OneGauge setup is easy- install your sensors, select which ones you are using, then connect your screen.

We offer two types of setups: tablet based setups (easy to install, less expensive) and LCD touchscreen setups (require major vehicle modifications or custom instrument clusters).

Please note: OneGauge kits do not include vehicle specific instrument clusters. Our packages only include the screens, the computer, and the sensors. If you’re looking for a plug and play instrument cluster replacement, please reach out to us for custom pricing. 

1. Is your car newer than 1996? If yes, read below. If no, skip to #2.

If you’re looking for gauges in a 1996 or newer vehicle and don’t want to make major modifications to your dash, I recommend looking at OBDII Bluetooth modules that cost about $20 on Amazon or Ebay. These send your engine data to your phone or tablet- click here to check one out. 
If you want to add more sensors, or you want to install a custom LCD screen, move to #2.

2. Are you comfortable making major modifications to your dash (cutting holes, etc.) or fabricating a new instrument cluster?

If so, we would recommend a custom OneGauge LCD screen (click here for ideas on how to do this.) If not, installing a tablet in your vehicle is probably the best choice because it is easier and involves less modification to your vehicle.

Still have questions? We’ll try to answer common ones: 

Do you make a setup for my vehicle?

-Our gauges work with any engine, just like most aftermarket gauges. Our specialty is providing solutions for older vehicles (pre-1996) since these vehicles have limited digital gauge options, but our setups will work with newer vehicles as well, especially if you’re looking for a custom instrument cluster screen.

How does it work?

-OneGauge uses standard aftermarket sensors but reads them with a computer instead of a single gauge; the computer, the OneGauge Hub, sends all of this data to your phone, tablet, or LCD screen. OneGauge can also read data from other sources as well, such as your OBDII connection, and can be used to control relays and other electronic functions.

How much does it cost?

-Cost depends on two main things- the screen type you use and what sensors you want. A standard tablet setup starts at $350.

How do I install it?

-The first thing you need to is decide what kind of screen setup you want.

-Phone/Tablet setups are less expensive and much easier to install. You can install a tablet anywhere in your vehicle without modifying it. Sensors install just like typical aftermarket sensors.

-LCD Touchscreens are more expensive but offer a more permanent, “finished” result. For this, you need to mount the screen in a custom enclosure or in your dash, which requires modifying your dash or building a custom instrument cluster. These setups start at around $500. Here are some ideas about how to install an LCD touchscreen.

What sensors and screens do you offer?

-Browse our features list: OneGauge Features

Where do I buy?

OneGauge Store

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I still have questions- where do I learn more?

-We have a video introduction below, and lots of documentation here: Learn about OneGauge


OneGauge Hub with multiple sensors


Uses your own phone or tablet.
Choose your sensors and other options – starting at $350.


Install a permanent touchscreen LCD.
Choose your screen size, sensors, and other options – starting at $500.