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1985-1992 Fleetwood, 1993 Sixty Special, All FWD Forum Discussion, Guage fuse 95 wood in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; is there a fuse that can be pulled so the guages don't work? The shipping company demands the car to ...
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    Arrow Guage fuse 95 wood

    is there a fuse that can be pulled so the guages don't work? The shipping company demands the car to have less than 1/4 tank of gas. I was thinking it would be easier to make the dash die so they couldn't tell the level. Also this would save me the gas that's in there especially considering $$$ for gas these days.

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    There's several.
    at the I/P panel:
    Fuse # 11,14,18,25,33
    I'm pretty sure any of these will kill the cluster. The #11 is probably the best one to go with though.

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    Thank you. I will for ward this info. Car ships on Monday. I am so excited even if it is like an old warn out taxi.

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    You might also want to deactivate the level-ride. I've shipped dozens of Cadillacs and found that pulling the fuse and leaving it in the ashtray is the best way to go about it.

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