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Bill Connelly

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My passengers get worried when we are in the water and the fuel gauge
registers empty. Years ago I converted to neg. ground and the only thing
that did not work good is the fuel gauge. I remember someone mention that
you could change the internal wiring of the gauge and it would work . Does
anyone have any details on this. Regards Penguin

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richard martin

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<font face="Arial" color="#800000" size="4">My passengers get worried when we are in the water and the fuel gauge registers empty. Years ago I converted to neg. ground and the only thing that did not work good is the fuel gauge. I remember someone mention that you could change the internal wiring of the gauge and it would work . Does anyone have any details on this. Regards Penguin</font>
 
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richard martin

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<font face="Arial" size="4">Need someone who can rewire my fuel gauge for -ground ,please send me price and info. regards the Penquin</font>
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Moses, Scott, Civ

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I just changed from positive to negative ground. I unhooked the old fuel
gauge and installed a new sender and under dash gauge from J.C. Whitney.
It was only 19.95. The holes lined up perfect on the tank. I also
changed the temp sender in the block and installed a added a no kidding
water temp gauge and a volt meter. Now I know exactly what the motor is
doing and how long it will run.

Scott Moses
Kansas..
 

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