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    Aftermarket Fuel Gauge Questions (GP1300r)

    If I get rid of the stock gauge cluster, is there a way to hook up an aftermarket fuel gauge?

    My understanding is that most marine fuel senders come in American or European. American fuel senders use a resistance range of 240 to 33 ohms (240 ohms empty, 33 ohms full). European fuel senders use a resistance range of 10 to 180 ohms (10 ohms empty, 180 ohms full).

    Which one does Yammi use in the GPRs?


    Also, temp buzzer and fuel buzzer, etc... anyone hook these up without a cluster?

    Thank you.

    -Jason


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    Interesting... just found this in the manual:

    Fuel sender

    Fuel sender resistance
    Position A Ω 133.5–136.5
    Position B Ω 5–7

    Weird...

    Is it possible that these are the readings it has to have? If so, no aftermarket fuel gauges would work, right?

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    Call Yamaha and ask.

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