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Ford Gas gauge problem - Motor home Chassis

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Jun 22, 2012, 10:09 PM

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Just a follow to close out previous thread. 1990 motor home on Econoline chassis with gas gauge that stayed on empty but went to full when connector unplugged at tank. Had gauge worked over by a local guy that was awesome. Unfortunately still had problem. Turns out the float had a hole in it. Replaced sender and fuel pump. Works great.
BTW the resistance for this unit was different that advised. It has a cluster unique to motor homes. 16 ohms to 158 ohms.
Remember to NEVER LOSE YOUR SENSE OF HUMOR and don't take yourself too seriously. Thanks to all for help.

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(This post was edited by Tom Greenleaf on Jun 23, 2012, 4:47 AM)

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Jun 23, 2012, 4:55 AM

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Re: Ford Gas gauge problem - Motor home Chassis Sign In

Thanks for the report on this and glad it's fixed.

This like chassis made to be something else have been done for eons. Limos (many Ford products, others too) do or did come with a "Limo Prep" package when new and who knows what will happen to them after that?

Can get real scary when all info is lost and the coach maker is out of biz with either or any of these things. Lot's of seat of pants testing and wondering what the original ideas were.

Thanks for sharing,

Long retired now

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