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Fuel gauge

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I have a 1994 Mark 3 Fiesta. It was recently stolen and damaged. One thing we can't seem to solve atm is that the fuel gauge appears not to work and shows no fuel. Is there a sensor for this that is under the car and may have been damaged or knocked off as it was raced on grass when stolen.

Any solutions welcome.

Thanks

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first check the fuse is ok then check the wireing at the tank as it might have come disloged

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first check the fuse is ok then check the wireing at the tank as it might have come disloged

Thanks for that - which fuse is it. I cant seem to work out which one. Is it labelled in some way?

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try looking on the rear of the fusebox cover or in the handbook if you have one.

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have to be the owners manual cause the fuse cover dosnt show anything like this my mk5 is the same its all in the manual under fuses

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have to be the owners manual cause the fuse cover dosnt show anything like this my mk5 is the same its all in the manual under fuses

You could also just pull each fuse out and see if there's one that's "blown" would have taken less time than waiting!

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