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

There seem to be various trigger points possible for the low fuel 
warning light.
When I picked up my D in England last year I got "the light" and 
after filling up the difference was some 2.5 gallon (10 Ltr).
Lately I had to refill because the needle being at zero for some time 
and I had a difference of less than 2 gallon (± 7 Ltr) and still no 
low fuel warning light.
As has been said the old system is tricky, but you may do as I and 
have a 2.5 gallon jerrycan filled up with you at all times. Also 
helps a little to add front weight when high speeding :)


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Marv Hein" <marvhein@...> wrote:
> 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 
> 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 
> 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
> --- 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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