Question about 2011 Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi Anonymous, check for broken or loose wires under gauge, then disconnect wires and remove gauge. With a set of jumper wires hooked up to the battery connect the positive lead to the fuel gage and flash the negative lead to the ground post on the gauge, if the needle pegs the gauge is probaly ok. if nothing happens you have a bad gauge and needs to be replaced. Then ckeck the wiring on the sending unit, if ok remove sending unit from fuel tank and connect it back up to the fuel gauge, use a test lite to make sure you have power to the gauge and sending unit with the ignition switch on. Manually raise and lower the float assembly and watch the gauge, if nothing happens you have a bad sending unit/float assembly and needs to be replaced. Good luck
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