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Gas gauge not showing gas level

33Mackernan33Mackernan USAMember Posts: 1
Is there an easy solution? It worked fine. Just stopped. Is there a fuse attached to it ?

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  • billnkarenbillnkaren Member Posts: 4
    You don't say what year you have. Try this-Go to back of gauge and look for the pink wire.Disconnect it and the gauge should go to Zero. . then touch pink wire connection on the gauge (not the pink wire itself) to a good ground and it should go to full. If all works, your problem is most likely the fuel sending unit at the tank.. If so, good luck. On some you have to cut a hole to get to it.
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