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Re: testing light switch and fuel sending unit 4610

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mark in boonville ny

03-26-2013 21:33:52

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I dont know much about the multi meter but see the tractor is at boces where my son is working on it so he has it the guage there so ill send it back with hime to test them there. I will see if i can do the switch here. Would a the cheap harbor freight meter be sufficiant. I got a bunch of free of them. Do you hppen to know where them little extra pieces go. Im thinking it will be fine with out them if they even did go to it. Cant see what else they came off of

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03-27-2013 07:44:47

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 Re: testing light switch and fuel sending unit 4610 in reply to mark in boonville ny, 03-26-2013 21:33:52  
My 4610-II with a bolt-on sensor has a small metal clip under one of the attaching bolts to ground the sensor to the tank. It is easy to lose and $15 from CNH. If you have the older twist-lock retainer you won"t have it.

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mark in boonville ny

03-27-2013 08:28:22

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 Re: testing light switch and fuel sending unit 4610 in reply to lfc, 03-27-2013 07:44:47  
ok will do. And yes i guess it is older with the lock ring.

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03-27-2013 07:13:20

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 Re: testing light switch and fuel sending unit 4610 in reply to mark in boonville ny, 03-26-2013 21:33:52  
Yes, you can use the cheap meters. They probably won't have an audible feature to allow you to 'beep' a connection... but just use the ohm feature and when you have good solid connection the meter will read '0' as opposed to 'OL' when the circuit is open.
The parts in the tank could be anything... I'd just dump them out. If the sender is reading within range I wouldn't worry about it. If it's not there isn't much you can do about it other than replace it.


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