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Hi all,

I have had a few Jags over the years and now buying a 2007 S type 3.0

It has one fault; an erratic fuel gauge which seems to be all too common.

Assuming the fault is in the gauge and not the sender or their modules, can the gauge be repaired?

I have seen how the cluster is removed, but it looks like a sealed unit.

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hi

its usually one of the fuel gauges in the tank, most have 2 fuel gauge senders, because there a hump in the tank

but to confirm you can put the dash in diagnostic mode and get all the gauges to sweep to proove its ok

have a look at the bottom for links

cheers

Joe

http://www.jagrepair.com/images/TSB/TSB2/NEW XJ/413Inst & panel illumination/Additional Diagnostics for Instrument Cluster.pdf

http://www.bluejag.co.uk/S-Type Instrument-cluster-diagnostics.php

http://www.bluejag.co.uk/S-Type Instrument-cluster-diagnostic info.php

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