Re: [DML] Gauge issues
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Re: [DML] Gauge issues



Have you tried disconnecting your oil pressure sender?  My oil needle
shot to the 12 o clock position and I found out it was because the
wire connecting to the sensor had broke off.

I would try disconnecting the wire from the sensor to see what
happens.  If it shoots up to the 12 position you may just have a
problem with the sensor.

The sensor is very cheap and easy to replace.

On 21/04/2010, Jon Lockwood <jn_lockwood@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I am having issues with my fuel and oil pressure gauges.  I replaced the
> fuel sending unit and my gas gauge still reads half full when empty.  My oil
> pressure reads mid scale when off and peaks out when engine is running.  My
> question is there a voltage stabilizer in this car that controls the gauges?
>  I can only assume the voltage is to high.  I am waiting on a service
> manual, but if anyone has any suggestions I would greatly appreciate it.
> Thanks
>
>
> Jon 2173
>


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