After changing the battery on my dad's '97 Park Ave Ultra, the fuel guage was stuck against the pin on the back side of E. Googling this frustrating event months ago led to your question but no answers, so I'm happy to report a possible fix. My mother wisely suggested trying a small magnet and with the ignition off, the needle did move just a bit. So finally after buying a magnet capable of lifting 50 pounds...success! Here's step-by-step details: make sure the ignition is off, tap on the clear plastic over the gauge to try to get the needle moving, then rotate that big magnet (careful not to scratch) and spin that needle to the appropriate area, turn the ignition on and the correct position should lock in.
Try it, the magnet cost about 12 bucks and I wouldn't want to think about trying to get into that dashboard.
Take apart the dash.... When I bought my 98, like most other Park Avenues, the gas guage was stuck on the other side of E. The needle will however return to its proper place if it is "coaxed" back into its proper operating range. I took apart the dash and gauge cluster and gently rotated the needle back up around, when you turn on the key the needle goes EXACTALLY where is should be(depending on the amount of gas you have) As for the magnet, it works because the needle is controled by an electric motor, however, putting a magnet that can lift 50 pounds that close to all those electronics doesnt turn my crank...
I want to add that I just tried the magnet trick and it worked great. Just rotate the magnet counterclockwise and bingo, the needle returns back to where it should be. No need to take the dash apart or drill into the front of the guage to move the needle manually. If the power is off and you keep the magnet directly in front of the guage, it shouldn't create other problems.
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The purpose of temperature gauges is to measure temperatures. Temperature gauges are typically used in place of a thermometer when thermometer's are too fragile.
The temperature gauges on cars are in Celcius.
Butterfly needles come in several gauges - 21, 23, and 25-gauge.
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All house clocks with internal temperature gauges are automatically set to the temperature within the area. These gauges only tell what temperature the room is, not change the temperature, like a thermostat.
What you need to do first is read the pressure gauges and see if the gauges read 0 psi
One of the gauges is out of the safe range, Voltage, oil pressure, temperature, etc
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The stepper motor is located in the instrument cluster. The stepper motor is what turns the needles in all the gauges.
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It means look at your gauges. Something is wrong! Does your temperature gauge show that it is overheating? Is the oil presure where it should be? Check your fluids.
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You can't and will have to buy new ones or replace the instrument panel with a used one.
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cause when you shut off the van the power to the gauges is cut off completely, so the gauges will stay wherever they were at until the next time you start the vehicle.
Whatever they were designed to measure be it pressure, vacuum, temperature, volume, etc.
because all the contents of the blood could not travel through bigger number gauges or lesser diameter hypodermic needles
As I recall, you went way past the service engine /change oil interval. i had the same problem with my 94 c280. after a great deal of investigation I found a sticky substance on the are were the needles rest, preventing the gauges from working. I then covered the posts where the needles rest with cut up ends of a ball point pen, and volva they work well for the past 6 months
derived from the motor vehicle instrument sector, which produced speedometers, tachometers, odometers, fuel level gauges, water temperature gauges, ammeters, oil pressure gauges,
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