Wow. I just now discovered that my 95 does not have a low fuel warning light. This blows my mind. I've converted the factory gauges over to Auto Meter ones, did this awhile ago. Well, I'm going back through now and working on a couple of things, I figured I would wire in the low fuel light this time around. I'm looking through the wiring diagrams, and I don't see any schematic for a low fuel light. "No...surely there is one..." Some quick Google-fu and nope, no warning light. I guess that's why I didn't bother wiring it the first time I swapped the gauges. So, good to know. But I admit, that really blows my mind. I've always thought of the low fuel warning lights as a given...like seat belts. A car just has it. Of course, older cars wouldn't, but I've got another car from 1987 and it has one, so I just always assumed the Mustang would too. So very weird to me. Anyway, that's my discovery of the day. Carry on.