I ordered one from UK a while back but lost the receipt; am pretty sure the
vendor is one of these:
I believe it's the same sender as the Alpine fuel tank sender.
You can soak yours for a couple days in something strong like acetone or
chem-dip (carb cleaner)
and it might help, but beware fumes and wear rubber gloves.
On Jul 22, 2010, at 1:34 AM, Mike Michels wrote:
> Anybody know a source for a Tiger fuel tank sending unit or how to rebuild
> one? Mine gives an open circuit (zero voltage to the gauge) below about a
> quarter of a tank and reads about two gallons low throughout the range
> that. According to Stu Brennan's very helpful article on gauges and sending
> units, I'm quite sure the gauge itself is accurate. It may be that the
> is heavy, but I haven't taken things apart yet to check it.
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