<VV> Gas Guage

Hugo Miller hugo at aruncoaches.co.uk
Mon May 18 02:46:55 EDT 2020

Interesting.That's the opposite way round from most cars - British cars 

On 2020-05-18 04:31, FrankDuVal via VirtualVairs wrote:
> And with the sender wire connected to ground, the gauge should read 
> empty.
> 0 ohms to ground on sender wire should read Empty,  90 ohms to ground
> on the sender wire should read full, infinity to ground should read
> better than full, i.e. Matt's test of removing the wire from the
> sending unit.
> Frank DuVal
> On 5/17/2020 3:42 PM, Matt via VirtualVairs wrote:
>> Brian wrote:
>> One of my club members is trying to diagnose a faulty gas gauge in 
>> his late-model Monza convertible.  Before we go to the expense and 
>> hard work of replacing the sending unit, is there any way we can 
>> isolate the issue?  When the tank is full there is no movement of the 
>> gauge.  Sending unit appears to have a good ground.  Thanks.
>> Pull the wire at the  sending unit.. Gauge should go to full.  
>> “”sunkfloat”
>> Matt Nall
>> Sea Mountain
>> SW  Oregon Coast
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