You need to take the glass out and use your finger to physically flip the needle back around. It is stuck behind the post and will not right itself. Use a small flathead screwdriver to pull away the dash pieces and then you will see the screws to pull off the glass (plastic), exposing the needles. Move the needle then replace everything, using caution to get the odometer post through the hole in the glass so as to not break it.
If your battery was dead and you jumped it to get it started and the gauge shows your not charging you need to replace the alternator.
You have either a short current, that's why the fuse was blown. Or the fuse is just an accident and you need to change the battery.
sounds like your gauge is broken or there is a short in wiring
If the gauge is reading hot and the car is running normal temperatures, the water temperature sensor needs replaced.
Voltage regulator is defective. Have it replaced or this will ruin your battery.
Bad alternator not charging battery? Bad voltage regulator? Blown fusable link?
Depends on what year Cutlass Supreme you're referring to...
Did you disconnect the battery for a while?
What year is your car? Did you mean the CHECK ENGINE light? The battery gauge?
it works in side the battery
i have 1991cutlass supreme v6 my digtial gas gage stuck
I replaced the gage cluster and everything went back to normal.
you have a dead short in the wireing.
Most likely either a bad float in the fuel tank or defective gauge
The gauge or sensor needs to be replaced.
I believe it was 1966 and 67.
Weak battery, or weak alternator.
4 gauge wire.
If the fuel gauge is stuck, the needle never moves, then the gauge has a problem and needs to be replaced.
The cause of the faulty fuel gauge is probably the fuel gauge sending unit located inside the fuel tank. Replacing the sending unit would require dropping the fuel tank.
Check your cylinder pressure with a compression gauge. The gauge will hook up to your spark plug openings.
It will not work if the battery dies.
Your pressure gauge may be broken....If it fluctuates, then you know its not your gauge, but if your gauge always reads 80, it may need to be replaced.
Yes, the wire gauge numbers are smaller. A typical automotive battery cable would be 4 gauge, the wires after the fuse box would be 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20 gauge depending on the accessory.
The color of the wire going to the fuel tank sending unit from the tank level instrument on the dash is taupe (or light tan). 1970 Olds Cutlass SX