Question about 1994 Chevrolet Camaro
If you have not measured the voltage across the battery with the engine running, you don't yet know if it is receiving sufficient voltage to charge and you may have a defective regulator instead.
You can buy a digital multimeter that will do all any homeowner needs for less than $20 US at electronics shops or auto parts stores.
With the engine running, you should measure at least 13 volts at the battery and it can be as high as ~14.5 volts without damaging anything.
As far as your gauge problem is concerned; I think you have a flaky connector or a ground that has failed. Check under the dashboard for wiring plugs, disconnect all of them, one at a time, and reconnect them several times to 'wipe' the contacts. Auto connectors are incredibly cheap crappola and fail easily.
I agree with emissionwiz - you don't need a harness but you may need some time.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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