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Old 15 Nov 2011, 02:17 am
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Default honda del sol fuel gauge STOPPED WORKING?!?

I was installing a pager alarm and my gas tank gauge seemed fine. After driving for so long and noticing that my gas gauge didn't even more. I began to think what happened? And the car almost shut off because it was running out of gas.















Now the gas gauge is all the way on E showing. Doesn't matter if I fill up or whatever.. The gauge of the GAS ONLY tho never moves anymore.















the fuses seem fine.















What happened? Did the wire came lose?































Also anyone knows what color is the gas gauge wire for a 95 honda del sol? Thanks
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Old 15 Nov 2011, 02:31 am
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You somehow disconnected the sending unit wire. The wire from the in-tank fuel meter to what is connected under the dash. Double check your connections. There is a loose wire for sure.
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