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John deere 425 fuel gage

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09-25-2009 09:08:47

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Gas gage shows full all the time. Took fuel gage/pump out over the last week end, cause the float was floating in tank re attached it, made no difference in how the gage read. How can I test and find if it is the gage or the sending/float unit? Sence took apart now have gas leaking out so have to go and try and stop that. I did put a new filter on while I had it off. any advice would be appreciated thanks in advance

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09-25-2009 18:15:28

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 Re: John deere 425 fuel gage in reply to inkspot, 09-25-2009 09:08:47  
One trick I've used on cars is to take a single flashlight, or pen light battery, and use it to briefly power up wire leading to guage, if the needle stays pinned, reverse polarity, guage should move toward empty. Sometimes a pinned needle must be powered back to empty.

Check ground to float, than use a VOM to measure float resistance, jack up to move fuel, or syphon some off, try again. Varying numbers would indicate a good sending unit.

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