Why did my fuel and temperature gauges stop working on my 1992 Toyota corolla?
One reason why fuel and temperature gauges would stop working on a 1992 Toyota Corolla would be a short in the wires. This would lead to a blown fuse. Check the fuse and replace it.
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The temp and fuel gauges max out on a 1987 Toyota corolla the fuses were checked and are good How do you get the gauges working again?
these guages share a resistor. if the the resistor goes bad, in this case, stops resisting, the voltage increases and makes both guages shoot up. replace the guage assembly and your problems will be over. (you have to remove the combination meter and take it apart to fix this, its not particularly easy and you can cause more damage than its worth if youre not experienced with this type of repair) Answer you can just…
It means that the hydraulics which operate your fuel and temperature gauges may be leaking or damaged. One or more of the gauges is out of the normal operating range when engine is running. It could be the oil pressure gauge is reading to low, the temperature gauge is reading to high or the voltmeter is reading to low so, check the gauges.
If the Gauges on your instrument panel have stopped working you may have had a voltage converter stop working. This device mounted to the rear of your instrument panel converts the voltage from your alternator to the voltage that your gauges run off of. You can check the fuses with a multimeter and see if both sides have voltage showing, if so then see about replacing the voltage converter.
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You will need a set of a/c gauges, a vacuum pump, freon and oil....... Put the gauges on both the low and high side ports (blue goes to the low side and red goes to the high side and yellow will go to the vacuum pump).... Vacuum the system down for about 1 hour and then let it sit for 1 hour to see if it will at least hold a vacuum and if so…