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Old 12-30-2004, 20:03   #1 (permalink)
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My fuel guage dont work...does anyone have any idea on how to fix this problem...PLEASE HELP...dont want to run out of gas...
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Re: 1988 Bronco II fuel gauge

Question is does it register anything at all or not. It could be the fuel gauge sending unit itself.
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no it doesnt even register at all...dont know if it is electrical or not
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Like I have said it could be the FSU. I could even be a bad gauge. I would look at the gauge first and then the FSU.
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Re: 1988 Bronco II fuel gauge

My 88 Bronco II fule guage does not work either. Did you figure out what the problem was?
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Re: 1988 Bronco II fuel gauge

I have an 88 too and I had the same thing happen only with the oil gauge and the gas gauge. I had to have the sending units in both replaced and now everything works fine.

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Check the sending units. If that is a no go then I would look at the gauges.
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