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Thread: Universal Fuel Sender

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    Default Universal Fuel Sender

    I purchased an universal fuel sender from our hosts and I am not sure if I assembled it correctly as the fuel gauge reads full when full, but empty when it is at half a tank. The little clips allow the float to spin on the rod that is connected to the sender. So I am not sure if I installed the sender correctly to bring with.

    Is there a way to adjust or a trick to assembling the rod that connects the float to the sender? Any tips would be appreciated.

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    It sounds to me that the float arm is not long enough. The full arc of the float should approximate to the depth of the tank.

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    Agreed, if you extend the float further down the wire, it should read a little better, always have to start thinking about filling up when my gauge is down around 1/4 anyway, not the most reliable thing out there,

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