Komeda, just tried to make out what you are looking for, but the images are not really giving enough information. this is not an answer to your question, but I am trying to show how to import images into your question. First you got to select "edit" on your original question
You should see an orange tab on the bottom left that says "Images"
Click on the tab and a small window will open up on the bottom of your screen
Now click on the blue "browse files" you should now get another window
that shows you the directories. here you select the directory where you keep your images
select the images to import and click on "open. the image should now show in the smaller bottom window. Left click and hold the images, drag it into your edit window, the one where you typed your question. This should enable us to see your images and to help you with your problem
Komeda, looks like you are inquiring about the component pointed out by the yellow arrow:
that would be the filter FL7_RF 240-OHM-0.2A-0.8-OHM
As a replacement, you could use this filter MMZ0603S241C available at Digikey.com part number 445-2144-2-ND
This is of course a SMD component that is 0.6mmX0.3mmX0.3mm in size. One better have the right tools and the right knowledge to replace it. :-) You may get away with using a circuit writer pen and bridging this, but it is the gauge gauge, it may give a bit of trouble with that. Hope this helps, good luck.
Komeda, hope this images will describe it better.
No. 1 is FL7_RF 240-OHM-0.2A-0.8-OHM
No. 2 is C20_RF 100PF 5% 25V CERM 201
No. 3 is C12_RF 100PF 5% 25V CERM 201
No. 4 is FL5_RF 240-OHM-0.2A-0.8-OHM
No 2. is also part of the Gas Gauge
No 3. and 4. are part of the NTC connection. NTC circuit is usually related to the thermistor for the temperature sensing, essential the batteries feedback. So anything related to that circuit could essentially be reason for your battery to i.e. overheat or not sensed at all. If you are going through the trouble of replacing, which I would suggest, I'd replace the parts properly. This way there will be no second guessing and you know that it is fixed. It is most certainly difficult and will require the right tools and practice, but it can be done. This is one of those cases where the hiring of someone with the tools and experience may be beneficial. Again, hope this helps, good luck.