1984-1987 Regal (Including Turbo Models) with Factory Analog Dash Only -
“LOW FUEL” WARNING INDICATOR UNIT
The one option GM partially forgot! If you look at the instrument panel in a factory analog dash, just below the left turn signal light, you can see the words “LOW FUEL.” This option was provided for, but GM never offered it on the Regal. However, in the mid 1980s, Buick offered a “LOW FUEL” Warning as an option, Code “U41″ in their Riviera models.
The Regals, including the Turbo Regals, share the same exact analog dash cluster as shown in this illustration, Photo 3.
We have the circuit board, complete with the light socket, to make this function in the 1984-1987 Buick Regals, as shown in Photo 2. Installation is all plug and play; nothing gets cut. Each unit comes with easy-to-follow directions.
This new Low Fuel Warning Indicator, is even better than the GM original unit. The light for “LOW FUEL” will come on at a point below a quarter of a tank of gas. But with our unit, when the gas tank gets almost depleted, the “LOW FUEL” circuit light will also blink.
This unit is made by the same source that did our 1984-1987 Turbo Regal - LED Analog Dash Lights (7) Kit, Part #7234.
This is also a nice option to add and it is easy to install. Since the labor is basically the same, we recommend you install the LED lights and this Low Fuel Warning unit at the same time.
When purchasing this part you may also want to consider part #6810 or #7234.
An excellent upgrade for any factory analog dash.
7244 - 1984-1987 Regal (Including Turbo Models) with Factory Analog Dash Only -
“LOW FUEL” Warning Indicator Unit