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Fuel gauge problem #10644181 02/24/15 08:23 PM
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I have a 24 ft center console that the fuel gauge is not reading correctly. It has an 80 gallon tank and after using 40 gallons of gas the gauge in on empty. I have replaced the fuel meter that sticks down in the tank but that did not change anything. Any clues??



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Re: Fuel gauge problem [Re: CHAMPION FISH] #10646291 02/25/15 12:55 PM
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It could be the sending unit, gauge, or poor connections. Sounds like you have replaced the sending unit. I replaced the sending unit in my boat and that did the trick. I would venture to guess yours just needs some fine tuning. I adjusted mine a couple of times and never got a correct reading and gave up. It now works better than the old one and I can live with it.





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