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Re: installing a new fuel gauge in a 630 jd
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I just installed a fuel gauge and sender from evergreen restoration -using his wiring diagram-
looking at the gauge from the front - the bolt behind F is the ground, the bolt behind E is the ignition -the bolt in the middle goes to the sender -there has to be a ground installed from the flange of the sender to the ground bolt behind the F and then run the wire to ground
I have contacted Jerry because it is not working correctly
Just installed the gauge and sender - when pushing the fuel gauge button with the tractor off, the gauge goes to the correct level -that appears to be working correctly
- when tractor is started , the gauge does not register unless I press the fuel gauge button - the wire from the ignition bolt on the gauge goes to the push button - - my 720 diesel repair manual has a terrible wiring diagram –what do I need to wire different so that the gauge registers when tractor is running?
-do I need to wire the push button different?
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