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Originally Posted by mark houghton View Post
Logic would tell you that if you ground it, you affectively take all internal resistance to zero...and the gauge would stay at 0 bar. Disconnecting the wire may cause the opposite effect (resistance goes to infinite) of the gauge moving all the way to the top scale.

You know, I've done that once some time ago but damned if I can remember. Try it and see! If you get no motion either way, then that will at least point you toward a solution.
I'm getting no motion either way when i disconnect the boost sender. the sender seems to give the right valeu (ohm)
when i disconnect some wire that are connected to the boostgauge my resistance goes to infinite... so i think the problem will be in between.
Is there some relays in between or something els? i see that the colors of the wires are changing... i have a electrical manual but it's not so clear to me?
does somebody have a possible causes?
Btw : sorry for the bad explanation as i am a Dutch man...
Old 03-19-2010, 02:47 AM
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