They vary with what load is placed on them from 12 ga to 22 ga and all in between
Connect the wiring harness to the back of your oil pressure gauge. Secure the oil pressure gauge with the retaining screws.
1993 chevy 4.3 v6 1500 truck temp gauge inoperative,
On these vehicles, the wire harness to the fuel pump/ sending unit goes bad. Replace with a new updated pigtail wiring harness. The fuel tank must be removed from the vehicle to accomplish this.
buy an aftermarket harness at LMC truck and connect it to the outside of the fuel sending unit and into the dash fuel gauge. make sure your fuel pump has good ground. 16.95us last I checked.
Six-year the oil pressure gauge for your 1999 Mitsubishi eclipse with the retaining screws. Connect the oil pressure gauge wiring harness.
could be a bad sensor a bad gauge or a broken or disconnected wire
have you checked the fuel gauge itself to make sure it is working
One of the gauges or wiring has shorted to ground.
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.
pigtail To body harness Purple TO Purple/white Gray TO Gray Black TO Black (the larger 16 gauge black wire) Org/Black TO Black (the smaller 20 gauge black wire)
A Buick with a 3.8 liter engine does not have an oil pressure switch. There is an oil pressure gauge. The gauge can be accessed by removing the dashboard panel. Unhook the wiring harness to the gauge. Reverse the process to replace the gauge.
It's not fused separately. If your fuel gauge isn't working, you either have faulty wiring to the gauge, or a faulty fuel sending unit.
the purple wire is the gauge and white and black are ground!
More than likely the wiring is there as GM probably only used 1 wiring harness back then for all the cutlasses.
No. At least not without modification. Contact point distributors were still being used in 1973, while electronic ignition (HEI) was used in 1983. Fuel injection was also a possibility in 1983, or at the very least, an electronically metered carburetor, which means an ECM is also likely, which obviously didn't exist in 1973. Chances are the wiring for the alternator is also a heavier gauge in 1983. in other words, NO, NO, NO!!! The amount of headaches and modifications needed to make the older harness simply aren't worth the trouble. Find one from another 1983 Chevy!!!
Either the temperature sending unit or the gauge or the wiring in between is bad. I would put my money on the sending unit if the wire harness is plugged in and has no apparent damage.
The temperature gauge will not work on a 1984 GMC Sierra truck if the sending unit is defective or the wiring has come loose. It is also possible for the gauge itself to fail, but this is less common.
You will most likely find the wiring schematic for your Chevrolet in your vehicle's owner's guide. If it is not there, you should probably contact a professional.
.035 Nother words 35 on filler gauge.
Most of the time, the fuel gauge is not the problem. The problem rests with the sending unit in the fuel tank. To fix it, you must replace the sending unit. This is done in different ways depending on the position of the tank in your particular truck.
what would cause a oil pressure gauge to fluctuate on my 99 Chevy truck silverado i change the sending unit it does it mostly after it warmed up
When the check gauge light comes on in the 1995 Chevy Cheyenne, it means there is a problem with the transmission. If the truck won't shift in to overdrive, there is most likely a problem with the VSS system. The transmission needs to be removed so the VSS can be accessed.
I wonder if the harness is faulty or the sensor and or gauge. First consult the wiring diagram.. I check ground on the harness first. Are there other electrical problems, possibly related to the same electrical issue? As for the pressure sensor, check for voltage, or, if you remove the wire feeding the sensor and ground it, with someone watching the gauge for movement. If you see movement at the gauge, the fault is the sensor. If no movement run a temporary line and bypass the harness. If this is successful, make plans to change that temporary title to permanent. Needless to say, harness changing is daunting and unneccesary.
no it will only decrease the current carrying capability