My fuel gauge is not working and I just donít think itís worth it to try and get it repaired. Are there alternatives one can use to get an idea of the levels in your fuel tank. After market type alternatives - anything.... thanks
I have a 1989 TC2000 which uses the same parts as 1994. I dont see any reply to y post. Have y figured it out? I need to replace gauges as well, but dont wanna lay $400 for the whole cluster. Were y able to get the specifications on your sensor to know which fuel gauge would work? Take care
As far as anything cheap, no nothing is cheap. If the tank is close to the edge you might be able to use a broom stick and dip the tank for the level. But no fuel gauge, oem or aftermarket, is going to be cheap.
Post a picture of your dash and it will help It is a very simple circuit . The fuel gauge is a voltmeter and the float in the tank is connected mechanically to a rheostat. 12volts to one side of the instrument the other side ,Green wire usually, down to the float mounted on top of the tank then through the rheostat to ground. Do you have 12 volts on the back of the guage with the ignition on?