Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2000 12:37:41 -0500
From: dscvnopsamltranet.com (Robert Anderson)
Subject: Re: '91 9000 Fuel Computer.


This is normal. You have an electric fuel pump and should not run it down to completely empty. The guage will display empty when there is still 2 gal in the tank to prevent this from happening. Add another gal for the 30 miles you say there is left to go and convert to liters and you have 12 liters left. Ergo, there is nothing wrong with your guage. /Bob In article <891cb9$2ugp$1nopsamce.news.easynet.net>, "Pete Turier" <pete_turiernopsamo.com> wrote: > Does anyone know how accurate the dashboard Fuel Computer is supposed to be > on a 9000. I understand the Fuel Tank capacity on a 9000 is around > 60litres, and yet when I fill the tank I can never put more than 44 litres > in. At this point (before filling) the computer says that I have enough > fuel left for around 30 miles, about 5 litres. Can anyone explain what's > going on? How does the computer measure the fuel left in the tank? If it's > from the gauge sender unit, that must render the calculations next to > useless! > > Pete. > Gloucester > UK > 9000S 2.3 Turbo.

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