Re: i need now where is the fuse that say how much gas i...
Well usually when a fuse is blown the cluster (speed,rpm,gas,water temp.) goes out not just the gas guage. it is more than likely the floater, located in your gas tank, has a hole in it and it has filled up with gas and sinks to the bottom which in return says that u have no gas. had the same problem with a 93 ford ranger.
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I have a 2000 Windstar so maybe I can help. You say you checked all fuses - that would be all five in the central junction box. If you check 20A fuse 2 and replace it you should get your instrument cluster lights back. Also check 20A fuse 17 which feeds the data bus that supplies information to the various gauges and indicators
Hi, Ok first you need to make sure that the battery was put back in correctly. Positive terminal to positive battery cable.Then if that is correct, check the main fuse's right next to the battery area, they are large and square ensure non of these are broken, or fused.Check all the fuse's in the other fuse box in the engine bay area and also inside the vehicle. Let me know how you get on. Thanks Jason
one reason for that fuse to blow is a bad brake pressure switch on the master cylinder. could be a warranty/recall item. can also leak brake fluid. also check behind each wheel for any sign of brake fluid, particularly the rear wheels if you have rear drum brakes. fixed one here recently where the vehicle's jack came loose in the right rear compartment and short that circuit. make sure your jack is stowed properly.