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post #1 of 6 Old 06-13-2010, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
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fuel sending unit problem

well, its not really a problem, but i removed the stock pump, sending unit, and tank base plate, and now i just want to know how to trick the comp into thinking i still have a full tank. it is only three wires to the pump assembly/ sending unit. any insight would be great. thanks
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come on guys, the flashing lights are driving me crazy.....
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back to the top. some one must know the answere to this.......
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What year bike is it?

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There is a power wire to run the pump, there is a signal wire to the fuel level sensor (which is simply an on/off switch), and there is a ground wire. Shop manual indicates which one does what, and whether switching it to ground indicates a "full" condition or an "empty" condition. Jumper the switch wire to ground and that's it.

But, why do you want to not know when you are about to run out of fuel?


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i hve tried jumping it to both 12v and ground and neither do the trick, so i wasnt sure if it was a resistence thing or something else, and its not that i dont want to know, but i put and external pump on the bike and now just have a plate with 2 6 an fittings in it(one feed and one return) thanks again guys, hopefully some one can shed some light on this for me

and its an 06
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