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Electrical faults.

Hi folks, new to this page had a few Hondas over the years and love them lol. Recently got an FN2 GT and the car is great but the fuel gauge is reading full when the computer says its almost empty and Im pretty sure the computer is correct lol. Also the rev counter goes up and down all over the place and in both directions and doesnt idle at any rpm even though the engine seems to idle fine. Has anyone any ideas? Any help much appreciated.

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