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The needle stay low with amber light on. The tank is full. Ran a diagnostic and logged faults as below:

B1A75-92: Fuel Sender 1 Circuit
. performance or incorrect operation
B1A75-92: Fuel Sender 2 Circuit
. performance or incorrect operation

Any ideas how to resolve this?

Thanks
 

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Has the fuel pump been replaced with an aftermarket unit? Was ity a gradual reduction in fuel level was it sudden?

I ask because I had that problem with my P38A. The aftermarket pump's float had a split in it and the foam float was saturated with petrol and wouldn't float. Mine was a gradual reduction in indicated fuel level.
 

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fayodeji said:
The needle stay low with amber light on. The tank is full. Ran a diagnostic and logged faults as below:

B1A75-92: Fuel Sender 1 Circuit
. performance or incorrect operation
B1A75-92: Fuel Sender 2 Circuit
. performance or incorrect operation

Any ideas how to resolve this?

Thanks
Your two sending units should read 900 to 950 ohms each when you have a full tank, if not replace them. ibis1 :wink:
 
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