I replaced my instrument cluster on my 68 camaro that my son and I are restoring the fuel gauge when the car is full goes past the full mark to about the 5 oclock mark, can't figure out why, Anyone have a similar problem?
Hey Ben welcome to TC. It's good to hear you and your son are working together on this project. Sorry I cant help with your problem but you may try your question in maybe the electrical or interior sections for more help. Good luck.
On the gauge, or somewhere along the body harness, disconnect the tan wire.
Jumper a ground wire to the gauge or tan wire to the gauge.
Should read empty or swing back in its arc the same distance as empty from the 5 o'clock position.
If not, needle may need reseting on its axis.
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