Question about 2007 Pontiac Vibe
Well hello first of all
I'm kinda confused of what the mechanic told you being ive been a mechanic for 5 years with ford and 3 years with bmw. All that being said you don't calibrate a fuel gage on any type of car.
Some vehicle models gas gages are controlled electronically some with a mechanical float that sends a signal to the ecu to tell the gage were to be. Also what was the reasoning for changing the cluster ?
If the gage worked before hand on car then your new cluster is faulty if you made all the correct connections on the back of cluster. But you need to go to the shop and tell that man that told you that he needs to go back to school as i said i work for ford dealership and there is no such thing as calibrating a fuel gage.
Basically to answer your question no it can be done at home or at a shop because there is nothing to fix its either plugged in correctly and works or the cluster is faulty.
I hate to tell you that more so i hate you were told bs about calibrating a gage that's nonsense
Whoever sold you the cluster needs to replace it if you or whoever hooked it up right it will work a good indication that its faulty is that everything else is working it is most likely shorted out or soldered wrong from manufacture it happens more than you think.
Hey i hope it helps get you going and all sorry for all your trouble and good luck let me know if there is anything else i can do thanks
Posted on May 22, 2011
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