1955 Corvette: Service Bulletin: New Gasoline Gauge
Subject: New Gasoline Gauge Dash Unit
Model and Year: 1955 Passenger Cars
Source: Chevrolet Service Bulletin
Bulletin No: DR-195
Date: February 8, 1955
To: All Chevrolet Dealers:
In cases where the Gasoline Gauge in the instrument cluster reads 3/4 full when the tank is completely full it may be the result of a change in calibration of the gauge due to a feed back through the ignition switch.
A new Gauge which is unaffected by the above condition went into production about 1-14-55, and is now available in Parts Stock.
Description: Gas Gauge Dash Unit
New Part No: 1518407
Old Part No: 1518152
All of the early type gauges in Parts Stock are being returned to the source for correction.
As a means of identification, both coils on the early gauge are red. The Left Hand Coil on the new gauge is green.
Manager, Service and Mechanical Department
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