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

I think most of that low reading has to do with the screws that were 
installed in the bottom of the sender to close the holes so that the 
gauge would not go up and down rapidly with fuel movement in the 
tank. I took out one of the screws and the gauge went to full - when 
full. The gauge moves around with fuel movement - much like OEM - but 
I prefer that.

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, aod80@... wrote:
> I recently installed a fuel sender from DMCH, and it works pretty 
well.  My light works, but it will almost never read "full" on the 
gauge.  I am positive that the tank it completely full, but the 
highest it will go is just above the 3/4 line.  I'm starting to think 
that they may not be the best products they've ever sold.
> Adrian 
> 10674
> > Also the new gage doesn't seem to be too accurate when it gets to 
> > 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 
> > move from 0 as high  as the 1/4 mark again. Is this normal from 
> > other owners have experienced or can the gage be adjusted?
> > 
> > 
> > 
> >

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