the purple wire is the gauge and white and black are ground!
get a chiltons repair manual at the library for your car.
need to know where to tie in to the fuel gage have a black and white omming out of fank
It is important to have diagrams on hand of a cars parts. A free wiring diagram of this car can be found in the cars maintenance manual, or at an auto shop as a print off.
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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.
You have a ground from the oil sender unit to the gauge. This is how you check a gauge. ground out the wire at the sender and it pegs out the gauge.
I'm not sure what you are referring to. Ignition gauge? Can you describe it?
no it will only decrease the current carrying capability
16 gauge wire is rated:chassis wiring - 22 amperespower wiring - 3.7 amperes
There isn't one.
ignition module , computer , wiring or fuel system problem. when engine stops rpm gauge goesto zero.