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Foggy Fuel Gauge

Discussion in '"Stock" Alpine' started by fastfrontier17, Jun 13, 2022.

  1. fastfrontier17

    fastfrontier17 Donation Time

    Hi all,

    Just a quick question. My fuel gauge on my S2 fogs up a little after starting the car. I presume there's a seal and moisture is just clinging to little bits of dust. Does the gauge have a rubber seal, and if so is there a source for replacement?
  2. Pete S.

    Pete S. Bronze Level Sponsor

    There is an 'O' ring between the glass and the gauge body. Try Nisonger or West Valley Instrument Specialists for replacements.
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  3. hartmandm

    hartmandm Moderator Platinum Level Sponsor

    Check the back of the gauge, too. Here's a series 2 gauge I have showing a gap that will allow free air flow.


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