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Fuel gauge not working

I have a JD X595.New driver display installed but the fuel guage does not work.It moves when the tank is filled but does not go down as the tank empties.....

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Sounds like the fuel sender is stuck or fuel sender selector has bad continuity or the contact on it is worn.

Posted on Jun 10, 2014

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