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I have a 1999 Ford Taurus and gas gauge does not work. I have replaced the sending unit in the tank and the gauge on the dash but still nothing. Is there fuse links anywhere??? Thanks

Checked all fuses, grounds and everything. Can Anyone Help Please. Thanks

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The only thing left is the wire that connects the two. Get a meter and check voltages between the tank and electrical panel and the guage

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