1992 Rodeo fuel gauge is stuck on full Could this be a bad ground If so where would the ground be located?
Common problem for rodeos in fact there was a tech bulletin put out for problems with the sending unit but no recall issued. So i think you will need to replace the sending unit in the tank
How do you fix gas gauge in 1999 izuzu rodeo the light stays on and gauge needle goes back and forth?
could have an air pocket around your thermostat area, some vehicles have a bleeder valve on them, try bleeding the air out! If it goes directly to red without running at all, it may be a bad sensor or a pinched wire. The gauge gets it's grounding from the sensor. The hotter the water, the better the ground and the gauge goes up. Bad sensor or pinched wire is a solid ground and it goes…
Any ideas on why the Oil Pressure Gauge on a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.2L pegs when the ignition switch is turned on already checked the sending unit wiring and tried a different gauge?
How do you troubleshoot the instrument cluster on a 1997 Chevrolet Malibu as the fuel and temperature gauge do not work?
Changed thermostat in Chevy Impala 2002 but gauge still goes over hot What else could be wrong All I did was change it but did I mess something up or could it be something else?
The temperature sensor is bad or a pinched wire. I don't know Impala specifically, but most newer cars have two sensors, one for the cooling fan and one for the gauge. The sensor provides the ground for the gauge and if it shorts out that causes it to be fully ground. If you unplug the wire on one sensor and it still goes to hot, that sensor is for the fan. Without the wire connected…
There is no need for a diagram. That is the simplest wiring system in the world. It has one wire. The wire that attaches to the oil sender goes all the way back to the gauge. The sender is a variable ground, so the gauge picks up it's ground from that wire. That ground variates depending on how much oil pressure there is. The gauge gets it's positive power from inside the cluster itself where…
Gauge is the equivalent of a "mil" which is "thousandths" of an inch. Hence, a 20-gauge pool liner would be 20-mil which is 20 thousandths of an inch or 0.020" = 0.02 inches. A 30-gauge liner would be 30-mils or 0.03 inches. ... Answer most above ground pools are 20 mil and in ground liners are usually 30 mil