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Old 05-18-2019, 05:31 PM
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Originally Posted by patrickt View Post
Pull both wires off the voltage stabilizer and connect them to each other. You will then have 12v going to your gauges instead of 10v, but it will eliminate the fault, if that was the problem. If the fuse no longer blows, then you found it and can replace it in a convenient location. Is the fuel gauge the only electric gauge you have? (I see cap tubes...)
Will do. The fuel gauge and tach are electric (as is the ammeter obviously).

Off to check things again without the voltage stabilizer. I sure hope I don't have to put that thing back in, as there's no way I can install it back where it was.

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If the fuse no longer blows, then you found it and can replace it in a convenient location.
Do you mean replacing the voltage stabilizer in a convenient location?
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