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Occasionally my fuel gauge will read incorrect or just fly off the chart. DOes anybody know what would cause this? Where the gauge reads from? the EEC? a direct sensor? etc?
 

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Well, the sender is going to be on the fuel pump assembly in the fuel tank. I have been told by others on the board that very often, the problem is the gauge itself. I heard a rumor that Ford was actually kind enough to put an access panel under the back seat to keep you from dropping the tank. Would be nice, doubt if it's true.

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Yea...it would be nice...If it were there...maybe cutting a hole in the floor would do it! :wink:
 

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heh, there is no access panel in the floorboard of any mn12.

Unless it was put there by the owner. I hear MaddMartigan is handy with a hammer...
 

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Al_Florida said:
heh, there is no access panel in the floorboard of any mn12.

Unless it was put there by the owner. I hear MaddMartigan is handy with a hammer...
I knew you guys could appreciate a good joke! :rolleyes:

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So are the gauge and the low fuel light related (does the light read from the gauge), do they read from different sensors, or do they read off the same sensor?
 

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I have a problem where my gauge always reads past full and my low fuel light is alway on. I was advised by another member that he fixed both problems by replacing the gauge itself. I think the thread was titled "Information center grounds" or something like that.

Bob
 
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