How can I determind if the fuel gauge is bad or the sending unit is bad on a 68. Just bought the car and the gauge did not work. The pointer points to the 3 o-clock position with no movement. I don't want to remove the fuel tank if at all possibale.
Welcome to the site. You came to the right place for answers to these cars,there's a lot of knowledgable people here. Deejaygee is right, alot of people have grounding problems conerning the feul gauge. You could check it using resistors or a potentiometer. I believe it's range is 0-90 ohms. Do a search, it's been discussed many times. Maybe we'll run into one another somewhere, I live in Trenton. Every Wednesday we have a cruise-in on the west side of Hamilton at Golden Corral, come on out.
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