Sounds like a poor connection between the gauge and the tank to me. Remove,
clean and re-assemble the connections at both the gauge and the tank. If
you still have problems, check out your wiring diagram and see if there are
any intermediate bullet connectors that may have deteriorated. It could
also be in the wiring between the ignition switch and the gauge - trace the
live supply back from the gauge to the next bullet connector and check out
Richard & Sammy ('73 Black Tulip BGT)
On 4/17/08, W. David Houser <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Noticed recently that my fuel gauge on my 67 BGT hasn't been working
> Sometimes it does, sometimes it never moves off empty with a full
> tank. Somewhat disconcerting.
> If it reacts, it reacts very slowly.
> What should I be checking? Bad ground somewhere?
> Dave Houser
> Support Team.Net http://www.team.net/donate.html
> You are subscribed as email@example.com
Support Team.Net http://www.team.net/donate.html