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louis Posted - Jul 28 2012 : 12:06:34
How can you determine if itís a bad gauge or your fuel sensor which causes empty

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Cam Posted - Jul 18 2019 : 16:07:14
Just tried them. Working for me. Just give them time to load up all the way. Let me know how you make out.
Gregory S Posted - Jul 18 2019 : 10:48:35
can't get any of the three links to work.
Sandy Posted - Jul 30 2012 : 20:48:57
Thank you, thank you Cam!! Hopefully that will save a lot of repetitive link lookups & posting. [:thumbu]
Cam Posted - Jul 29 2012 : 08:27:45
Good idea Sandy....DONE!!!
Sandy Posted - Jul 28 2012 : 20:58:31
These should cover it.
Sure wish we could get those in a sticky as they have been posted 100 times and the Teleflex diagnostic link in the Mechanical How-to Articles Forum as been dead for years since Teleflex Marine dropped diagnostic info and sold the analog gauge division to India(?). . (Scroll =to Gauges , Miscellaneous , p. 17 )
alien1952 Posted - Jul 28 2012 : 20:49:54
at the sensor, ground the pink wire ,use a wire connected to the - battery NOT THE TANK GROUND at this time.
gauge should read full, now do the same test with the tank ground, should go full also.
If it does not show full, use the ground from the - battery at the gauge and short the S of the gauge to ground, gauge should read full.
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