RE: [doc] Re: You learn something new...
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RE: [doc] Re: You learn something new...

Mine seems to stay on 'Full' for ages and then it all disappears in the
blink of an eye!  I think the 3/4 is more like 1/2, and an indicated 1/4
means really, it's time to panic!  By the time the light comes on, it'll
only do downhills!!!

C'est la vie.

I tend to push the trip-meter and change at what seems appropriate based on
previous experience and the type of driving...

Rich Hanlon

>From: "Claire Usher" <claire_usher71@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>Reply-To: doc-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: doc-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [doc] Re: You learn something new...
>Date: Tue, 07 Feb 2006 15:09:32 -0000
>I know the feeling mate, Flopsy can go from showing 1/4 tank to empty
>in 100yds!  And also, even when full to the brim, the gauge never
>reads more then 3/4 full and takes about 30 miles or so to get there.
>A new sender unit is on my shopping list...........
>--- In doc-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Phil Peters <PhilPeters@...> wrote:
> > Hmmm...might explain why VIN#4400's fuel gauge can sometimes be a
>tad erratic!
> > Phil Peters
> > DOC #84
> > VIN #4400
> > Wolverhampton & Birmingham, UK

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