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

It sounds like it is working fine to me.

I would guess the fuel level is reading a bit low on the gauge. I had 
one like that - when the light came on the gauge read below empty and 
I needed to find gas quick.

If you installed an OEM - some were more accurate than others as 
there were apparently a couple of improvements throughout the 
production cycle. Early ones in my experience read somewhat low but 
the light worked correctly. When the light comes on you're nearly out.

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "daviddelorean" <daviddelorean@...> 
> I had my fuel sending unit replaced with a factory original last 
> Since the change, my low fuel warning light no longer works. 
> the fuel tank was very empty. I stopped upgrade at a red light (a 
> steep grade) with the car nose pointing up. The light flickered a 
> and then when I accelerated and moved forward, the light came on 
> However, when the car is on a flat surface the light never comes on 
> regardless of how low the fuel is, even when it's bone dry.
> The garage that installed the new sending unit refuses to help 
> it's not cost effective over a low fuel light to investigate.
> Any opinions of how this can be fixed?


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