Join Date: Jan 2000
Location: Clarksville, Tn. U.S.A.
JimM, good isolation tips, I'll check the wires "ASAP" and let you'll know.
sinkit 67 "The Real Deal" <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by JimM:
Right, guage on the far right is an open connection between the guage and the sender. Brown wire, the sending unit connects to the main body harness in the trunk, right by the filler tube. Disconnect it, and jumper the wiring harness connector to ground. If the guage falls to empty, the sending unit is bad, or disconnected on top of the tank. I just went through this, it was a bad sending unit, dropped the tank and replaced it, all OK now. If the guage doesn't fall to empty when you jumper it, the brown wire in the harness is open between the back of the car and the gas guage, most probably where the dash harness plugs into the instrument cluster pcb.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
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