My gas gauge doesn't seem to be working now......please help??!?!?
If necessary, a road trip should be O.K. as you are right now. Just keep an eye on the instrument cluster screen that tells you how much fuel you have in the tank. Use the up/down arrows until you get to the A/B service due screen. Then hit either button that looks like overlapping pages until you see it. You should also see a screen telling you how many miles you can drive but I don't think that's totally accurate because it's a calculation based on the average MPG times the gallons left....Please help. I'm suppose to be taking this on a road trip this coming weekend.
I will have to check the needles. The resistance on the fuel gauge was higher than the rest if them. How did you set the limits?Did you remove the gas needle when you took the cluster apart? Did you push down on the center of the needle too far and jam it? When I fixed my pixels, the needles did sort of the same thing and one actually just hung down limp. I took it apart, pulled the needles off, and then reset them gently. I also had to rotate the needles clockwise and counterclockwise until I felt resistance and then set the high and low limits of the gauges by stopping at the full and empty marks.
You just rotate the needle one way until you feel slight resistance, then you rotate it back the other way until you feel slight resistance, then you go back the first way and you will feel resistance again. When you hit one of the full or empty marks, STOP turning the needle. Then go the other way until you hit the opposite full or empty mark.I will have to check the needles. The resistance on the fuel gauge was higher than the rest if them. How did you set the limits?