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Get into SSR starts up and I always look at gauge pod. I notice 13.5v so I thought it finally started reading correct voltage. It always reads 16v. But then I notice sitting in the garage I'm using 250lbs torque and it's 75 degrees. It's 19 in my garage. Sooooooo I'm hoping it's a fuse issue. Thoughts??
 

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Get into SSR starts up and I always look at gauge pod. I notice 13.5v so I thought it finally started reading correct voltage. It always reads 16v. But then I notice sitting in the garage I'm using 250lbs torque and it's 75 degrees. It's 19 in my garage. Sooooooo I'm hoping it's a fuse issue. Thoughts??
Stepper motors would be my guess.
 

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I had an erratic fuel & temp. gauge. Took it to a mechanic who specializes in rebuilding existing gauges with new stepping motors. Problem solved, after I had spent the money at another shop, to replace the fuel pump with no resolution.

Good luck,
"SJA"
 

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Well I guess I must have some good "karma". Worked my 6hr shift went to leave, start SSR up and you guessed it gauges WORK!!!!
 

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Do the accessory gauges use stepper motors? I didn't think they do.
Well I guess I must have some good "karma". Worked my 6hr shift went to leave, start SSR up and you guessed it gauges WORK!!!!
Maybe loose connection, I may be wrong but I don't think the floor gages have stepper motors. Glad they are working now. :grin2:
 
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