That makes perfect sense, as the feed to the fuel gauge is already fused at
the fuse block.
> On both cars there is an unfused black wire running from the
> heater rheostat
> to the lug on the top right of the fuel gauge as you look at it from the
> back (the lug nearest the rheostat). Both cars have another wire on this
> same lug, which goes into the wiring harness. On the TR3B it is solid
> green, on the TR3 it still has a covering on it and I can't see the color,
> although I suspect it's green as well and probably goes back to the fuse
> box. The other lug on the fuel gauge has a green-black wire on
> the TR3B and
> a covered wire on the TR3, I assume it's also green-black, and that both
> probably go to the fuel tank senders.
> There is no fuse between the rheostat and the fuel gauge nor between the
> rheostat and the heater. The other wire on the rheostat is about 6" long,
> also black, with a bullet connector to connect to the wire leaving the
> heater itself. If need be, feel free to send Fred down for a personal
> inspection :-) .
> Regards, Don
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