It stopped working so we were wondering is there a fuse somewhere we need to check, the gages for the water level, septic and propane also stopped working. please help there is no power getting to this area.
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Alex....check your fuses...Chevys often have two fuse panels.One in engine compartment,and one one the side of the dash,or possibly under the rear seat...use the diagram on the lid to locate gage/acc fuses...good luck
It sounds like you need to inspect the wiring harness and look for broken wires and any wires that are hanging they may not be connected, the black exhaust is caused by a choke plate that is not opening on the carb the electric choke is not getting any voltage through the wire or the choke plate is out of adjustment it should be wide open after 5 minutes of running, check the fuses to be sure there is no blown fuses and check the wire that goes to the carb. to ensure it has 12 volts.
Has anyone had the dash out? If you take the dash out there is a cable connected to the odometer and the speedometer it is just one cable. And some wires going to the gas gage. Check and make sure the cable is connected all the way. The gas gage may also be disconnected somewhere but there could be different problems that cause the gas gage to be disabled. !Never touch two wires at the same time!