When I bought my CJ, the previous owner told me to watch the fuel gauge because it didn't work properly. Come to find out, someone had drilled through the gauge housing and had glued the needle at about 3/4 full. So I ordered a brand new exact replacement from what it was installed (see photo), but when hooked up the needle pegs beyond empty/full...can't remember which extreme. I'm guessing that the gauge's resistance range is not matching the sending unit. I also noticed that the fuel tank is a huge metal tank...I'm guessing 20 plus gallons or so. Do I need to go with the stock speedo/fuel/temp gauge to make the fuel gauge work properly or is there anything else I could do to keep the really nice white faced gauges. They are the Phantom Auto Meter gauges.