<VV> Low Fuel Warning Light

Jim Houston tampatexan at earthlink.net
Mon Oct 31 09:37:38 EST 2005

That was for the "Brake" warning light on the '68 and '69 models...  I 
used mine for a parking brake light indicator...

Jim Houston
Brandon, FL

Padgett wrote:

> Was a "low fuel warning light" ever an option ? Reason I ask is 
> because I came across a Monza instrument cluster that has a third 
> warning light on the fuel gauge assembly located between the 
> temp/press and the gen/fan warning lights.
> The wire for the light terminates above the brown/wt gen/fan wire on 
> the corner of the cluster connector where my 66 books show no 
> connection. My suspicion that it is a "low fuel" warning is because 
> the cluster is marked "tan" in that position and the wire is tan/wt 
> which is generally used for gas gauges.
> OTOH I see in grp 9.746 ("medallion") and 9.748 (lens") of the parts 
> book  for 67-69 that also has "brake" listed so might be a parking 
> brake indicator. Anyone know if that is what it is ? Might be useful.
> Padgett
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