Question about Chrysler LeBaron
The fuel meter works on the principal of a potentiometer. As there is a float which is connected such that the position will determined by the amount of current passing through it. So either the floats damaged or the attachment has come off keeping the indicator fixed at a certain level which is reflected as the amount of fuel in the tank. Get the potentiometer & float assembly replaced..........................sodeep
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
Okay the two major cause for this are a bad ground and a stuck float. witch happens when the sender unit is re installed in the tank. have you tested the ground to the sending unit? seeing this is a older car the ground wire is most likely corroded on the chassis of the car.
does the gauge always stay at a half even when under a half tank
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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