Low Fuel Indicator – Part 2: Repairing

In a previous post, I outlined how I went about troubleshooting the low fuel indicator on my new bike. This post would have been fixing the existing sensor, but instead will be… not that.

So, I pulled out the sensor, and it was “non-repairable”. The cap around the thermistor was cracked/split. The wire was missing completely…

I am not sure if I am going to look for a part at a pick-n-pull, or just leave this for now.

Till next time, Tim.

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