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Trying to put my cluster in working order is turning out to be interesting. I have a '66 f100 and the wiring was completely boogered when I got it. Right now I'm just trying to get the fuel gauge to work with little knowledge of how it gets hooked up. I've replaced the sending unit (wasn't one when I bought it) now which direction without cooking the gauge experimenting. Any help will be fantastic.

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