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Posted 26 March 2008 - 04:49 PM
Simple check.... connect the two wires on the petrol tank together, then switch ignition on, if the guage goes full then the sender in the tank is duff, if the guage still only reads half then it's either the gauge or voltage stabaliser, for it to be the stabaliser the temp gauge will shw the same symptoms as the fuel gauge.
My petrol gauge and temp gauge never move so am I reight in thinking this is time for a new voltage stabiliser??
Also do you think it may cure the problem of the indicators being permanently on, hazards flash though
Posted 26 March 2008 - 05:16 PM
Stripes, quite possible you have mixed the wires up, if you have the supply from the gauge could be running straight to earth through the fuel tank.
You can test a sender unit with a multimeter - the change in resistance should be linear as you move the float arm.
If it's just the float replace it with anything that floats and won't dissolve in petrol - pinch one off any scrapyard fuel tank.
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