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

The "best" advice would be to contact the vendor you purchesed the
sending unit from. Sounds like a problem with the sending unit, not
the car's wiring or the light. In the meantime use your trip odometer
too so you don't run out of gas.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "daviddelorean" <daviddelorean@...> wrote:
> I had my fuel sending unit replaced with a factory original last year. 
> Since the change, my low fuel warning light no longer works. Yesterday 
> the fuel tank was very empty. I stopped upgrade at a red light (a very 
> steep grade) with the car nose pointing up. The light flickered a bit, 
> and then when I accelerated and moved forward, the light came on solid.
> 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 because 
> it's not cost effective over a low fuel light to investigate.
> Any opinions of how this can be fixed?


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