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Old 05-13-2014, 12:09 PM
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05 gas gauge 5.4L short bed

Fuel gauge moves up to E and drops back down on start. Checked sending unit ohms from 15 empty to 150 full. Pulled instrument cluster and checked ohms at connecter pins 8 - 10. 78ohms with about 3/4 tank. Drove 80 miles checked it again 46 ohms. Got another cluster - installed it - doing the same thing. What else can I try?
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Can anybody tell me where the power to the fuel gauge is? A schematic of harness to see which wire is supposed to power gauge?
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