Re: Gas Guage
OK, Brian. Here's what I have. I am pretty sure that I have somewhere around 8 gallons in the tank. The guage reads E and the warning light comes on when the guage reached E. With the sender leand disconnected, the needle goes past Full. With the harness grounded back to the guage, it reads just below E; just barely below E and almost touching the E line. I'm pretty sure the ground is good. I cleaned the ground and also used a temporary ground, then reconnected everything. Guage reads E. I tested the ohms. I got 0 ohms even though there is gas in the tank. I hope this gives you enough information to make a suggestion or diagnosis. Been staring at E too long. Gotta go get some fossil fuel.
New info: When I filled up the needle on the guage goes right up to the F line and just touches it. It does not go past full. I get 50 ohms with the tank full.
1969 SS 396/375
M21 3.73 12 bolt
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Last edited by rhcdmd; Jan 27th, 13 at 01:31 PM.