[DML] Re: fuel warning light not functioning / gage inaccurate
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[DML] Re: fuel warning light not functioning / gage inaccurate

Since power for the low fuel light is supplied in the dashboard and the 
other side runs to ground, check the ground at the sender side. Perhaps 
the connection is interrupted or bad.
It also is possible the bulb in the dash has died.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "daviddelorean" <daviddelorean@...> 
> My yellow low fuel light used to function property. I just got my 
> sending unit and fuel gage replaced. Well, now the light does't work. 
> Testing the new fuel gage, I ran the car so low on gas the fuel pump 
> started humming. The tank was bone dry, but no yellow warning light. 
> Any easy way to fix this and any reason why it's now not working?
> Also the new gage doesn't seem to be too accurate when it gets to the 
> 1/4 full mark. It rapidly drops to 0 and stays there. When I stop 
> suddenly and the fuel in the tank sloshes forward, the fuel gage will 
> move from 0 as high  as the 1/4 mark again. Is this normal from what 
> other owners have experienced or can the gage be adjusted?

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