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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-30-2000, 03:35 PM Thread Starter
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Where to Ground The Instrument cluster??

My gas gauge is going nuts. it will pulsate and stay all the way to full, then go down. I have a brand new gauge, brand new sender. brand new wires, good ground to sender, no crimped wires. I think my Cluster is not grounded properly. At what point on the cluster should i run a wire to a ground source? Looked at the electrical diagram and it doesn't give an exact point. I repainted the dashboard and i don't want to scapr paint to attach the wire, so i am going to run is to a grounding strap. I hope some guys with fiberglass tubs can give me some hints, because i would like to get the fuel gauge working for this weekends trip.
Thanks in advance
Dan Stewart 1963 CJ5 "Caloosa Jeepers" member

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