You shouldn't have to remove the airbag in order to replace the gas gauge light. The steering column is held up by a couple of retaining bolts. Remove these bolts and the steering column will lower enough that instrument panel will come out easier. The steering column won't drop to the floor when you do this but will hang in midair. If you have a tilt wheel, you might have to adjust the wheel tilt to allow the panel to come out easier. Don't forget to remove the steering column cover though.
just take out the gauge cluster and remove the bulb. simple as that.
Remove the instrument panel cover from your 2002 Subaru. Remove the fuel gauge retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the fuel gauge. Reverse the process to install your new fuel gauge.
Remove oil sending unit and replace with a mechanical gauge
take off the upper 3-4 screws on dash/gauge panel (attaching to dashpad from below), remove panel, remove press clips holding gauge lenses to gauges (optional), then remove the four - five mounting bolts holding gauge assembly, replace bulbs which are accessed on the rear of the gauge assembly, replace in reverse. good luck.
what controls the gas guage on 98 ford escort
You switch off the pump, drain the pressure tank, then remove old gauge and fit new one.
The fuel gauge is integrated into the gauge cluster. To replace the gauge you need to replace the entire assembly. You will need to remove it-which is very easy, and give the dealer the number from the back. It will take a couple of days to get a new one. I'm in the process of doing one right now.
you don't! remove bezel for gauges, remove four screws for gauge assembly, pull forward and tilt, replace the four bulbs.
you have to remove rear seat ,under the seat there's two covers , one is for the fuel pump , the other is for the fuel gauge sending unit .Remove cover on passenger side and remove fuel gauge sending unit .
supposedly there is a cover in the trunk that you can remove to access the top of the fuel tank to replace the fuel pump and sender
There is a black ring that you have to remove first, and then you can remove and replace the bulb. You have to look close, as the area is tight, and it's hard to see the ring.
no it is not required if the pump is in the tank
remove it and twist a similar gauge conductive bare wire into the same shape. then install
You will have to replace the fuel module which consists of the pump, sending unit and sock filter. Which means you will have to remove the fuel tank.
remove trim around clocks, remove clocks, replace bulb in back. hope this helps
Remove the instrument cluster cover. Each instrument gauge is secured separately with retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws from each gauge. Remove the wiring harnesses from each gauge.
You will have to remove the gas tank and install a fuel control module. Before you do you need to have someone check for power and especially the ground for the fuel gauge.
Hey Jan==I imagine when you say floater, you mean the float on the arm for the fuel gauge. This is all part of the fuel gauge and you have to remove the tank, then remove the gauge and install a new one. I don't know why you would change it but make sure it is needed. GoodluckJoe
I wish it did, my gas gage is broke also, you have to remove the instrument cluster to replace it
replace temperature gauge
You need to purchase a tire pressure gauge. Using this, remove the dust cap on the tire valve and press the socket of the gauge firmly onto the open end of the valve. The gauge will show the tire pressure in the tire. After using the gauge replace the dust cap on the valve.
May be a bad timing belt. If you replace the timing belt, replace the timing belt tensioner and water pump at the same time. Trust me.
Take the gauge face plate off, pull the gauge out.
The normal problem is with the sending unit in the tank, on the pump module. You will have to remove the tank and pump to replace.
go to 99intrigue.shutterfly.com/compressor. Get clutch remover and installer. Get feeler gauge. Remove serpentine belt with 1/2" breaker bar. Measure air gap in clutch. Remove shaft nut. Remove clutch with remover. Remove outer snap ring. Remove pulley with pry bars or remover. Remove clutch coil with pry bars or remover. Replace new coil and pulley. Replace snap ring. Replace clutch, maintaining air gap. Reinstall nut. Reinstall belt.