Hi there..... I just responded to your email....
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>I hope I can help you out. First of all, the gauge problem has nothing to do with the low fuel sending unit. It sounds like your sending unit might be stuck or something....
Unplug the connector in the trunk and connect it directly to a ground.... the gauge should go to full empty with the ignition on.
If it does not, it is the gauge.....
If it does, then you have an issue with either the sending unit resistor or the sending unit ground...
As far as the low fuel light...I am still working on a "good" fix. I did get mine working again, but now the light only comes on when the needle reads BELOW empty. I am trying to find a way to make an adjustable trip point....so I can dial in when the light comes on.
The old circuit board in the unit is a PITA! It is a ceramic wafer...and solder will not stick to it. SO...even if you can get the correct parts, fitting them and soldering them is a big job. Mine, quite honestly, looks like crap right now.
I am working on making this adjustable circuit in a small electronics box (1"x2"x2.5"). If I get it working, I'll let you know...<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Steve McCorry - Central Ohio Camaro Club
'69 Camaro RS/SS-350 - Daytona Yellow
'95 Camaro Z-28 - Sebring Silver
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[This message has been edited by mccorry (edited 05-10-2001).]