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Old 04-24-2009, 08:39 AM   #1
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need Schematic for fuel gage and Sender

I have a 94 HR on a Ford F-53 chissis, fuel gage is always on empty after I plugged into shore power
DOES anyone have a schematic of the fuel gage and sender wires connector locations anything that might help to trace this out.
a copy of the service manual if avail.

thanks very much
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Antlerz- I have a '97 H/R Vacationer with the same fuel guage problem. I found Ford manuals available on Helm's (Motorcraft) website. For mine, I had to use their online copy with access paid by the day/week/month etc. The F-53 cutaway chassis info is mixed in with the F-series pickup trucks, so pulling out a section like the fuel guage is tough. They do have a troubleshooting guide that is excellent...but the illustrations are somewhat vague and of little use. I can provide more details if you are interested...(?)
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If you can send the info to my email that would be great

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Could not find the 1994 listed any longer , but ran into a tech the other day who was on break. he looked at the vin and said I had a voltage regulator that is in the dash for the gauge cluster...???
I can not see what he was speaking of there.
Does this sound right on a 1994?
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