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Temperature gage in truck doesn't work neither does gas gage

1993 ford ranger i replaced both sensors an a new heater core and the gage in the truck still doesn't work my gas gage doesn't work either but not that concerned about the gas i carry a gas can

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  • j18720 Jan 14, 2009

    temp gage does not work 92 chev blazer. sensor? else?

  • jlo95001 Apr 06, 2009

    Fuel Gage and temperature gage cluster on my 1997 ford ranger do not work. When I start the vehicle I am getting a slight jump of the needle but when the vehicle runs it just pulls the needle to the empty location even when the tank is FULL. I noticed the battery drained completely and I could not start the vehicle , BUT with the low batterty the fuel gage and the temp gage went up as soon as I turned the key to the start position (without the clutch switch ) I hear the pump coming up. there is pressure, I have taken all grounds off and reinstalled them, removed the instrument cluster, the gage assembly, How can I reliably test the PCB for the anti-slosh module? There is 12 volts to the antislosh module, Anyone out there with the voltages to the red/white wires to the connector? The 12 volts is prettuy much the main voltage to the engine light that is shared with the anti -slosh module.



    As the battery voltage was low the gage moved... when I tried starting the engine... Running out of money , no job and looking to pay the same amount for a pump as for the anti slosh board... about 100.00

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Did you check all the ground wires to make sue you have a good ground

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My 93 ranger has no heat how do i fix

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