Start with the fuses. Check the fuel sending unit at the fuel tank, this is the most common part to cause a non working fuel gauge.
why doesn't my rpm gauge and temp gauge, fuel gauge not work
Several things can cause the fuel gauge to stop working. 1.The sending unit in the fuel tank may be malfunctioning or broken. 2.There may be a broken, disconnected, or grounded wire going to the fuel pump/sending unit. 3. There may be a disconnected wire at the gauge cluster, or the gauge cluster itself may be malfunctioning.
I would start by checking the fuse for your gas gauge According to my Haynes repair manual 1991 through 1994 Explorers, the engine wiring schematic shows a 15 amp fuse in location # 17 for the fuel gauge.
fuel sending unit may be corroded i kno i had my 1993 bronco with a 5.8L sittin in storage for bout 7 yrs before i was able to bring it out and my fuel sending unit went to junk obviously, but that's usually the main reason for the gauge not working, that is if its stuck on way past full tank or completely on E its the sending unit
Yes, key on, engine off, the fuel gauge should work.
probably the sending unit in the gas tank attached to the fuel pump module is not working. you will need to most likely order fuel pump w/ sending unit Answer: The float is made of brass and over time they leak and sink causing the fuel gauge to read empty. The '84-'85 Bll 2.8L did not have a fuel pump in the tank.
why does the fuel gage on 2005 mustang don't work?
THE FUEL PUMP FLOAT HAS GONE BAD OR THE GAUGE NEEDS TO BE CHECKED
Several things can cause the gas gauge to not work. Check the fuel gauge fuse, the wiring, the gauge, and the fuel sending unit to find the problem.
The fuel control relay is mounted on the right fender, a foot aft of the battery. It is one of two cube-looking relays mounted there. It is controlled by the Electronic Engine control. Replacement is about $20.