how do you change gas gauge in a 1063 ford falcon

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Asked by Jan 28, 2012 at 11:27 PM about the Ford Falcon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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just pull out the cluster,easy to change the gauge,another sugestion,the float in gas tank could be bad.

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is the cluster in the tank

no in dash where the speedometer and gauges are,float is in tank,that is probably,why the gas gauge isent working after all theses years in their is like it is water loged but gas loged.

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thanks for that

you welcome.

745

If you have a bad ground for the gas tank sending unit or your gauge clusters it wont read and cause problems. If both TEMPERATURE & FUEL gauges are not reading Constant voltage regulator maybe bad.

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