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    Fuel Gauge/Voltage Stabilizer

    It is my understanding that the fuel gauge and temp gauge wiring is routed through the voltage stabilizer on the TR6. My temp gauge works, but my fuel gauge doesn't work, and I noticed that the VS on my TR6 has four prongs but only three wires attached. Should I be looking for a fourth wire to attach to the VS?

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    Re: Fuel Gauge/Voltage Stabilizer

    There should be 3 green (G) wires attached to the "B" post on the stabilizer and only one light green with green tracer (LG/G) attached to the "I" post. The LG/G wire goes first to the temp gauge and then on to the fuel gauge. The green wires run to the washer switch, wiper switch, and a 5-way connector. Since your temp gauge works, I'd check for continuity between it and the fuel gauge. ALso check for continuity in the green with blue tracer (G/B) wire running between the fuel gauge and the sender in the fuel tank.

    Hope this helps.

    Rick O.

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