Fuel Sender

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Re: Fuel Sender


Post by Cavallino » 01 Dec 2017, 19:56

DaveK wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 07:22
What was the issue?
Be interested as well. Cougar Bill (thanks Bill!) replaced my sender using a combination of original, restored and reproduction senders and the system did not work when i get the cat back.

But next day like a light from heaven the low fuel light came on. Can only guess that since the thermistor works on temperature change it needs to be immersed first before it detects the change?
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Re: Fuel Sender


Post by TheRktmn » 27 Jul 2018, 09:34

Believe it or not, my LF light issue was a low battery. Everything worked independently but not together. Stuck a battery charger on & the light came on. Went off after the 1st 5 gallons were poured in.
Unfortunately the the sender shows 1/3 tank when full. No resolution in sight so I am putting my old std sender back in.

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Re: Fuel Sender


Post by 67427GT500 » 09 Oct 2019, 22:26

So much for unlimited technical support....
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