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What are these gauges?

So this picture may be sideways, but does anybody know what these gauges are? Or is it just my gas gauge pegged out? The tic marks make it look like a vertical gauge on each side of the gas gauge. Thanks in advance!
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Sorry, i can't figure out how to rotate the pic!
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Right-side-up?
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Yes! Haha how'd ya do that?
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Re: What are these gauges?

That is the fuel gauge and needle is over way too far.

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So it's only the fuel gauge and nothing else right? Guess I'll check out the gas gauge sticky. Thanks
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yeah check your sender ground at the tank first - very common issue.


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Re: What are these gauges?

Hopefully, when the tan wire, this goes from the gas gauge to the sender, gets a ground, the needle comes back to empty.
The needle may have gone too far and the Camaro will need to set on its roof to bring the needle back.

As Brian suggests, a bad ground contact at the pass side gas tank strap, open wire from the sending unit to ground, or a break in the tan wire from the gauge to the s/unit. Or lack of power to the gauge, unlikely, but a possibility.

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