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Old 11-13-2013, 09:33 AM   #15
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Per your Profile, this is a 2000 Alpine.
Before retiring the gauge, check the input voltage to it. I don't know if it has its own analog input on the back or if it is fed from the VDC near the engine. If the latter, you'll need to discern the voltage input wire & read it there.
Nice Jeep BTW. Or should I say sand rail?

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Old 11-13-2013, 04:02 PM   #16
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It's a Jeep. Just check my pocket book. $9.00 a gallon just to start it. I will check the volt gage ASAP. All the other gages are working OK, I don’t think it’s a CVR in the dash cluster if it even has one? My take on batteries is that they have a mind of there own, unless run them completely dead, then all bets are off. Just has to make one trip then I will swap all batteries and cables. It needs a major in the battery compartment. Having fun is a lot of work when your a DIY'er.

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