this is critical adviceFJ40Jim said:Make sure the sensor wire is connected to round terminal in center of sender, not the ground spade on body of sender!
No-It's supposed to have that plastic/brass connector to attach the wire to the center pin. I hope you didn't damage the guage. Think of it as a good learing experience. No one else on this board has done everything perfectly, why should you be any different? Good luck.anatomyguy said:Thanks for the help, the wire looks like it was connected to the spade and not the center pin, I tried to disconnect the wire and plastic piece, but the wire just pulled out of the connector. Is the connecter supposed to come off, or do I just wrap the wire around the round pin and place the cover back on? Thanks again for the advice, as it says by my nonexistent avitar, I am a rookie!
Go here and compare part numbers for gauges on different respective years: OpenXBut, the first question still stands.
Is a 62 Oil Gauge the same as a 60?