I am replacing ALL the gauges with autometer gauges and am going to bypass using the printed circuit that the original gauges use. I asked for a wiring diagram in another post i found. But, if this is the same as what is in the Haynes manual, I don't think it will help me much. Does anybody know what each wire does that goes into the wiring harness that hooked up to the printed circuit? There are roughly about 16 individual wires going into the back of this, and each go into a numbered location. The dash has been torn apart for a while now, just been waiting on figuring out why my fuel gauge reads out way past full. I replaced the ground wire today, and wanted to test that before running a full new wire to the sending unit. I traced along the printed circuit to where they would meet up with the fuel gauge. I believe it is only the 1st wire from the top and the 3rd wire in from the top on the right side of the harness (maybe number 11 and 13? (if it helps, I can go find out what these numbers are)). I put individual U shaped connectors on the end of each wire and put them on each post of the old gauge. Before when the dash was together, it'd read way past full. Now, there was just nothin. The needle didn't move at all. Also, one of these wires is green, and one is pink (there were multiple pink ones). The pink one oddly went from the third spot on the right, and into the bottom right (possible 16th possition on the wiring harness) with some other pink wire coming out. Thanks for any help!