Re: Fuel gauge testing

Posted by Fish'n Jim on 2022/3/5 9:47:59
If you can find an instrument technician they can probably do.
You'll have to be aware of the "ground" and how you set them up to get the right values since I think they're one wire.

I haven't done any calibrations for about 25 years now. I was called out in the night during winter and did one in the field off a ladder with steam condensate dripping on me. It does sharpen you're focus and speed of task. So I'm not found of that task. Arse chewing is retroactive and loses impact.

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