Anyone want to venture the same comprehensive analysis on why, on a full
tank, with working temp gauge and new fuel sender, the fuel gauge rises
to 1/4 then decays to near bottom line (above power off resting point,
where needle is buried). Thanks!
- Bob Mann, 69 2000 Solex
"Patrick J. Horne" wrote:
> > electrical contact sticking out (hopefully with a wire connected). If you
> > ground that wire at the engine (with the ignition on), you should get a
> > reading on the temp sender. If not, then you have a short in the wire or a
> > problem with the temp gauge.
> Just one small clarification. If you don't get a reading the wire isopen,
> A short would cause the guage to read hot at all times, whether the wire is
> the sender or not.
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