There's a short to ground. You'll need to trace the wiring to find it. I'd start by removing the bezel (it's just two screws above the gauge cluster), pull it out, disconnect the switches, and start from the 4HI switch.
There is no drive gauge in KH1. Ventusisawesome@khmail.com
If the instrument gauge fuse blows on your 1997 Suburban, you might have an issue with the wiring. An exposed or grounded wire can cause the fuse to blow each time the panel is engaged.
sounds like your water pump ain't pumping, don't drive it till it is!. could be as simple as a new fan bewlt or might even need a pump
thermostat maybe stuk open fit a new one
All you do is get it levedup intil you get to that gauge and then you have to beat up enemies that's how you do it
On the dash, right below the temperature gauge.
Normally, a navel should be pierced with a 16 gauge needle. mine, and all my friends were done with a 14g
if you are talking about the pressure Gauge it is becouse your car is bumpy or you drive too fast
You will need to adjust the temp gauge from cold to warm. Its located right on the middle vent(where the air blows out).
It depends on where you had it done, usually they are done at 14g but may be 16g.
Most piercings are pierced with a 16 gauge needle, but if you want to stretch it, I wouldn't go any larger than a 10.
There is a gauge button in the information panel, push this button until the oil life % comes up, then push the reset, return button.
It stands for Ecological Drive Assist System. The system combine an ECON button which cause the transmission and engine to operate at peak efficiency getting the best fuel mileage. It also incorporates a digital vacuum gauge that helps train the driver to drive for fuel economy.
There is no reset button for the fuel gauge. Something is either wrong with the gauge or the sending unit in the tank.
Hold the MAX A/C button (far left) and press the DEF button (far right)
my gauge reads 10 volts drive half mile it go to 8 Alternator is defective and needs replacing.
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Press your odometer button (black stem sticking out from below your MPH gauge. Press it in and you should get your trip meter. Press and hold it in and it will reset. Then drive safely. Any time you want to look at your mileage or trip meter just push button once. to reset press and hold. Enjoy
This would indicate that the system is low on coolant when the gauge is hot. Not enough coolant to service the heater core.
No - the gauge reports 'real-time' the engine temperature. If it is wrong, there is a problem with the sending unit on the engine. This is a pretty easy fix...
it could be the speed indicator hold the trip mile button in while in drive and it should say no mph like no smoking sign where the temp gauge is for the outside
On the filter there is a small gauge. Press the big yellow button.