[DML] Re: Low Fuel Light
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[DML] Re: Low Fuel Light



One correct answer is "none." :)

To me, there is a difference between "fuel" and "usable fuel." The 
rare appearance of the yellow light in my car is usually accompanied 
by some bucking of the engine on acceleration or in hard turns. 

A refill at the first sign of yellow seems to take about 10.5 
gallons in my car, well under the total capacity of the tank but at 
the limit of how low I can go and still drive comfortably and safely 
for me and the car.  This amount seems consistent with what others 
have reported.

If you ever took the fuel sender unit apart and saw the wires 
attached to the floating switch for the yellow light, you probably 
wouldn't count on it...

If, as your name suggests, you're here in Vegas, drop me an email.  
There are a few D's here in town.

Marv
#10820
AZ-D
LVDG


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "daviddlasvegas" 
<daviddlasvegas@...> wrote:
>
> How much fuel remains in the tank when the yellow low fuel light 
is on 
> steady?
>




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