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    Question diesel fuel sensor

    My patrol has 3 electrical connections on the fuel sensor.The new one I bought has only 2 connections.when I compared the two sensors the old one has a little cylinder at the bottom with a wire coming from it.Does anybody know what that is because the new fuel sensor works OK,but it has to do something.

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    Which tank? What model patrol? What engine? Why do my farts smell good to me, but nobody else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andreas View Post
    Does anybody know what that is because the new fuel sensor works OK,but it has to do something.
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    2008 CRD Auto Wagon

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    2002 nissan patrol 3ltr engine . Checked all the electrical connections and are ok. It is only the main tank fuel gauge which is the problem. When the gauge reads nearly half full the tank is completely empty.

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    might have to use your odometer as a fuel guage
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