Question about Chevrolet Blazer
Not a fuse if it reads any thing at all. Find the two wire harness that feeds your fuel pump and sending unit. It is near your fuel tank. It has a ground that goes to the frame near it. Unplug the connector and see what you gauge does. (key on) If you can determine the wire that becomes hot when the key is first turned on (feeds the fuel pump) put a ground to the other one to see if you get a change at your gauge.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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