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Moline G900

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Raymond Rauch

12-31-2020 19:47:30




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With help from Wayne I found a fuel sending unit that I can modify to fit my Moline G900. Now determined the fuel gauge is bad. The replacement past for sending unit was 10a29453. I found in the AGCO books the original fuel gauge part number was 10a29230. Not sure if this works with the associated replacement part for sending unit. AGCO states the part is obsolete anyways. Anyone have an idea where to find one or if this gauge will work with replacement sending unit. Other option would be to find a gauge to match the sending unit. The local shop stated the ohms for the sending unit is 10 at empty and 130 at full. They have tried a couple gauges on hand and nothing worked. One was working backwards and one showed half tank when should have been empty according to sending unit. Thanks for any help given.

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Raymond Rauch

01-01-2021 12:48:55




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 Re: Moline G900 in reply to Raymond Rauch, 12-31-2020 19:47:30  
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Yes I just emailed you.



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hymie2lt

01-01-2021 12:12:04




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 Re: Moline G900 in reply to Raymond Rauch, 12-31-2020 19:47:30  
Ray Do you still have my E-mail? Wayne



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Raymond Rauch

01-01-2021 08:53:37




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Thanks but the gauge has been checked and is not functioning.



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matthies

01-01-2021 08:21:53




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 Re: Moline G900 in reply to Raymond Rauch, 12-31-2020 19:47:30  
OTC has a tool 3385 that can check gauges, JD dealers had them and Ford garages also, do a search on ebay to see watch it looks like. It had 4 knobs that give different ohms reading to find out if your gauge works or not.



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