[T2] Has gauge
robtmann7 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 1 15:39:16 MST 2013
Scott '74 Bus' Busby impeccably schematic'd:
>The float just moves a variable resistor. The gauge translates that
>resistance into a needle reading on a scale.
This is why, as pointed out earlier, no engine is needed to
test the fuel gauge/sender.
> There's also a funny
>"vibrator" thing at the gauge which keeps the needle from sticking.
Now he tells me already! This is why mine stuck at 1/4
evoking our recent strand ' fuel gauge unreliability'.
We seem to have drafted a warning not to trust these gauges
- keep a record of odo at last fill, and if nec'y sub-fill volumes.
Now what can we learn please about this "vibrator"? I don't
dare to search on that term :-[ - can we not find a different name?
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