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    Gas gauge problem?

    I'm running around on my PX and I show 2 bars to empty on the gauge. And I go and fill up and I only put in 8 gallons and there is a 15.9 gallon tank on the PX. So if I'm correct shouldn't it be only half full instead of 2 bars to E. I'm confused. HELP!


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    formerly Gold06RXP Turbo Nick's Avatar
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    Sometimes you have to fill it slow t get a full tank. Look at the tank to see how full it is.

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    My kawi does this all the time, i found that most gas gauges are pretty in-accurate with most pwc's

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    what could be done. I would be ok with it if it was only a bar or to but a half of the gauge come on! And I always look at the tank hen filling

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadooingfreak View Post
    what could be done. I would be ok with it if it was only a bar or to but a half of the gauge come on! And I always look at the tank hen filling
    Sounds like it's time to take it back to the dealer, or have them look at it when you get your 10-hour service done... Ron

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