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RS3SDL2MG

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who knows anything about fixing an original low fuel module ?
« on: February 15, 2009, 11:05:17 PM »
when I got my xp-836  ;D ten year's ago the low fuel warning worked perfect , then about 6 or maybe 7 year's ago it stopped working , I took the gauge cluster off and put power with a jumper wire on the low fuel wire . i think it was yellow ? anyway I have a wiring diagrahm and it told me which wire , the light in the dash that read's FUEL came on so the wiring / bulb ect is good ,
now ,,,,,,,,do any of you know how these thing's work and can mine be fixed ?
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Re: who knows anything about fixing an original low fuel module ?
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2009, 10:31:24 PM »
Think your best bet would be to pick up a replacement module, any vendor should carry it.  Not sure if anyone repairs the originals but your best bet for that would be someone who restores gauges. 
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