The fuel control relay is mounted on the right fender, a foot aft of the battery. It is one of two cube-looking relays mounted there. It is controlled by the Electronic Engine control. Replacement is about $20.
Either your battery is dead, or your alternator has failed.
The battery gauge in a vehicle will move when you use your power mirrors as your causing a small drain on the battery & lowering the voltage slightly. The effect is normally only really visible when the engine is not running.
Possible bad alternator.
The rain gauge should be buried in the ground to prevent it from being toppled.The rain gauge should be placed in the buildings as the heat causes the water collected to evaporated.
What year is your car? Did you mean the CHECK ENGINE light? The battery gauge?
it works in side the battery
Several things can cause the fuel gauge to stop working. 1.The sending unit in the fuel tank may be malfunctioning or broken. 2.There may be a broken, disconnected, or grounded wire going to the fuel pump/sending unit. 3. There may be a disconnected wire at the gauge cluster, or the gauge cluster itself may be malfunctioning.
Having a short in the turn signal wiring can cause gauges to fluctuate. If the battery gauge is fluctuating corrosion on the cables can be a possible cause.
Its a sign that either your battery or alternator is starting to fail.
The temp gauge may stop working on an 89 Ford Bronco if it is defective, the temperature sensor is damaged, or the wiring has come loose. All can readily be fixed by checking each component separately.
sounds like your gauge is broken or there is a short in wiring
There are a variety of reasons from a bad sender or gauge to low oil level to worn bearings. Check the sender first as it's the easiest.
Weak battery, or weak alternator.
4 gauge wire.
You either have a bad connection or a abad sending unit. Check out the wire to the tank and connection at the sending unit . .
Most of the time is is the fuel control relay which is mounted under the hood, on the fender about a foot behind your battery. It is one of a couple box looking relays mounted in that area. Autozone has them for about 12 bucks.
It will not work if the battery dies.
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.
A common cause for a gas gauge to stop working in a 1994 Ford Aspire is a defective fuel gauge. Lose wiring in the dash is another cause.
A short in the turn signal wiring can cause the voltage gauge to fluctuate. A loose ground wire can also cause the gauge to fluctuate.
Voltage Regulator bad
in a series battery, alternator, ignition
The gauge does not cause the heat; it only shows what it is.