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My fuel gauge reads behind the Empty indication. I have replaced the in tank sending unit and pump, battery, checked the meter 7.5 amp fuse (good) under the steering column, and attempted the disconnect/reconnect of the sending unit (3X). All with no change. What's left?
 

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Thanks, that does help...and Yikes!

A quick check of my favorite online parts store shows the entire gauge cluster is a single part, and is US $1,085 list price, and about US $760 online.

eBay has a bunch of clusters for around US $100.
I even saw one listing for a repair service. You ship your cluster to them, they fix it within 24 hours, and ship it back. Of course that would require you have a different car to drive for the time it's in transit.

And I have no idea whether the odometer mileage is stored in the cluster, or is picked up from the "computer" in your CR-V.
 

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the needle is way further to the left (counter clockwise) than if the cluster is unplugged,I agree bad cluster,I did swap clusters between a 2005 and 2006 and the mileage does stay with the cluster so it must be stored on a chip on the board I didnt bother to take it apart to find out but maybe could be swapped,the needle may have just fell off the shaft i would check that first,
 
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