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Maksdorp 74cm ht rises to full then fades off. When switched off and on again cycle repeats. The lop stage is dissed I am stuck for answers hope you can help Barry.

Full ht volts being around 143v on this chassis

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Your problem is the fuel gauge sending unit. It needs to be replaced. Another benefit of owning the durable festiva is the access panel under the back seat. You don't have to drop the tank to fix this problem.

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It certainly depends on the car... but all gas tanks are ALWAYS incredibly dangerous... The sender unit certainly seems to be your problem...

but a full tank is un-workable & an empty one is incredibly dangerous (deadly). The Coast Guard used to tell us a tablespoon of properly atomized gasoline (vapor) could be the equivalent of
12 sticks of dynamite in the hold of a boat.

Been there... seen that... Big bang!

One minute there was a boat, engine cranking, people laughing & enjoying the sun, beer & lake... next second nothing but a wisp of smoke!!

Try going over some speed bumps ... If it doesn't right itself...

Sometimes it is JUST WISER to take it to the dealer!!

I'll continue... but only conditionally... this ought to be a two person job (like a fireman: because it is easy to SAY "drop and roll" but once you are in a fire-fight... your legs say "RUN")...

WORK ONLY in a well ventilated area (deadly serious!).
The only portion of to be done with the ground side of the battery still attach: have the FIREMAN watch the gauge... and the perpetrator disconnect the wire at the gas tank end. The gauge should drop towards empty. Quickly apply ground to the gauge wire at the tank end ... the needle should again climb to full.
If you are serious about proceeding... Take a RESISTANCE MEASUREMENT (OHMS SCALE) of the "SENDER' unit and log it down.
Don't even bother to open your tank… Until you purchase your replacement "SENDER" unit… some gasoline additive AND a CO2 fire extinguisher… or dry ice around… And possibly a steam/pressure cleaner.

Dry ICE produces Carbon Dioxide… a heavy inert gas that can keep oxygen away from the gas… But it will most surely keep oxygen away from you too... in an enclosed area (yet another opportunity to end your life).

Again… this is seriously hazardous work
When the moment of truth arrives... and you have a serious grasp of the dangers involved... and after doing a OHM check... to see that your "sender" unit varies in OHMS as you move the float from empty to full...

DISCONNECT the ground side of the battery.

If your sender unit is accessible from the top.. you are practically done... if not
Then... empty your tank into safe... legal gas containers… Remembering an empty tank is THE MOST DANGEROUS!
Don’t forget all the environmental laws… be careful… properly handle the gas when you put it back and don’t forget the alcohol based gas additives when you are putting it all back together.

Avoid all Sparks & good luck… you will certainly need it.

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