Low Fuel Indicator

Inspection

Remove the fuel tank (page 2-22).

Make sure that the fuel tank is filled with enough gasoline to submerge the fuel level sensor unit. If the low fuel indicator does not go off, check as noted below.

Check for battery voltage between the fuel level sensor connector terminals. I

Battery voltage exists No battery voltage t I

• Faulty fuel level sensor • Shorted wire between the indicator light and sensor.

If the low fuel indicator does not turn on, check as noted be low.

NOTE

Make sure that the fuel level sensor is not submerged in the gasoline.

1. Check for battery voltage between the fuel level sensor connector terminals. I

No battery voltage

Battery voltage

Faulty fuel level sensor. Poor connection of the connector.

2. Check for battery voltage between the battery side of the wire from the indicator light and ground.

No battery voltage

Faulty sub fuse. Faulty ignition switch. Poor connection of the fuse holder connector.

Battery voltage

Blown bulb. Broken wire between the warning light and sensor.

Faulty ground.

(1) IGNITION SWITCH

(4) LOW FUEL INDICATOR

(3) CONNECTOR

(2) LOW FUEL N SENSOR

(3) CONNECTOR

(1) IGNITION y SWITCH

(3) LOW FUEL INDICATOR

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