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    "..Can I piggyback on this thread?.." Sure,...

    "..Can I piggyback on this thread?.."

    Sure, we're not really picky, just tag along here.

    It's a bit of a pain, but the surest way to isolate this problem is to pull the sender out of the tank. ...
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    Funky Temp Gauge, too!

    I'm working with too many Jeeps here. I had you with a CJ-2A yesterday. Your temp gauge is indeed an electrical gauge.

    Ask Mike if your cluster needs a voltage reducer to work on a 12-volt...
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    CJ-2A Temp Gauge

    Here is more than you want to know about that gauge.

    https://www.thecj2apage.com/forums/water-temp-gauges_topic3337.html

    It appears to have originally been a mechanical instead of electrical...
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    The voltage drop across a ballast resistor will...

    The voltage drop across a ballast resistor will vary as the current drawn by the load changes. In the case of just the gas gauge, the current through the gauge and sender will vary from about an amp...
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    Instrument Voltage Reducer

    There is a lot of information out there about fuel sender resistance; some of it is suspect as in where the writer says there are X-amount of ohms flowing through the meter. But, here is a quick...
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    A. I don't remember what you are restoring....

    A. I don't remember what you are restoring. CJ-??. Has it been converted to 12-volt from 6 volt?

    Let me do some poking, but it sounds like a gauge/sender mismatch.
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