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I'd check the electrical leads first - they hook up to the wiring harness just behind the fuel tank (I think it's a two-pin connector - it's small). See if there are any cracks or breaks in the wires, if the pins are really connected, etc. (You might pull the tank and check the wires where they connect underneath the tank as well). Clean the connections well, and put in a little dialectric grease. Alternatively, and if I'm not mistaken ,the fuel gauge works by an electrical float that sits on the gasoline and sends a signal (analog, really) back to the gauge. Maybe someone else has disassembled this? Or just replaced it? I'm getting my tank ready for painting so can take a look at the assembly tonight and let ya know what's going on under there.