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Old 07-19-2005, 18:01   #1 (permalink)
kirk doyle
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FUEL GAUGE PROBLEM,03 F350

Can anybody give me an idea as to how to fix a fuel gauge that sits on
full all the time.my consoule also shows 700 plus to empty.it all started
when i was 4x4in and we started doing high speed mud bog runs.i thought that
maybe the float or level transmitter was stuck,but i have fueled it up
numerous times since with no change.
CAN ANYBODY GIVE ME ANY CLUES?
THANKS
KIRK



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Old 07-19-2005, 18:01   #2 (permalink)
JimV
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Re: FUEL GAUGE PROBLEM,03 F350

kirk doyle wrote:
> Can anybody give me an idea as to how to fix a fuel gauge that sits on
> full all the time.my consoule also shows 700 plus to empty.it all started
> when i was 4x4in and we started doing high speed mud bog runs.i thought that
> maybe the float or level transmitter was stuck,but i have fueled it up
> numerous times since with no change.
> CAN ANYBODY GIVE ME ANY CLUES?
> THANKS
> KIRK
>
>
>

An open sender or broken wire will cause it to read full.

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