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Unread 09-12-2012, 01:08 PM   #1
mminorhsd
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Fuse for oil pressure and temp gauge

I was trying to track down a problem with my fuel gauge, and shorted something out. I blew my brake light fuse, and I found that, and replaced it. However, the oil pressure and temp gauge no longer work. Is there a specific fuse that controls the oil pressure and temp gauge? I checked both of the accessory fuses, but they are ok. Is there another fuse somewhere for thee gauges, beside on the fuse block?

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