I had the same problem this weekend, the alternator started dying and a power surge flipped the needle. I fixed it with a paper clip by pushing it through the odometer steam reset hole in the plexiglass. I had to bend the clip several ways but managed to hook the needle and it popped back into place.
Hello i had this problem once before after a battery
replacement.my gas gauge needle when turned off is at about six o clock.when i turn on ignition it stops at
the little pin at the empty mark.i just had the cam sensor replaced and the same thing happened.whe the battery was replaced a firestone tire place did something to get needle over the empty pin.is there a way i can do this?
Thanks for any help with this,Edward