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    PRO785 fuel sender

    I have found the Floats for the Fuel sender at several places for around $28.50 each part number 2872860
    I am going to check to see if the MFD reads anything when I move the old float first.
    Does any one know if the complete fuel sender piece with the float will work from any other year and model ski?
    The part number given is 2410107
    Some of the other years and model look similar but could be too short or too long for the 785 tank?


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    Quote Originally Posted by skigolfnut View Post
    I have found the Floats for the Fuel sender at several places for around $28.50 each part number 2872860
    I am going to check to see if the MFD reads anything when I move the old float first.
    Does any one know if the complete fuel sender piece with the float will work from any other year and model ski?
    The part number given is 2410107
    Some of the other years and model look similar but could be too short or too long for the 785 tank?

    Yeah turn the sender upside down and then see the reading it should go up

    Im not sure about the different models senders fitting, i just fitted the new float, i looked into a 2nd hand sender but figured the float has just as much chance of going bad again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post
    Yeah turn the sender upside down and then see the reading it should go up...
    Actually, if you fully invert the sender, the float can travel beyond the 'full' sensor position inside, and the electrical reading reverts to 'empty'.

    Hold the sender horizontal, then angle the top end lower until the float moves inside.

    If you have your ohm-meter connected, you will see the resistance change as the float slides along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Actually, if you fully invert the sender, the float can travel beyond the 'full' sensor position inside, and the electrical reading reverts to 'empty'.

    Hold the sender horizontal, then angle the top end lower until the float moves inside.

    If you have your ohm-meter connected, you will see the resistance change as the float slides along.
    my bad

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