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FUEL GAUGE 9 months 2 weeks ago #202167

Just took the car out,for the first time ,since I bought it to restore .It surprised me how fast they are also its quite a bumpy ride when you`re not used to a sporty form of transport .Just one question does the fuel gauge remain on the correct level,even with ignition off as in photo,as most cars the needle drops to zero with IGN off Len
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FUEL GAUGE 9 months 2 weeks ago #202169

Yeah the fuel gauge does that, it’s how a lot of modern gauges work, when you switch the engine off, the needle will just stop wherever it sees fit. I the ignition needs to be on to get a correct reading.

I can’t remember if yours is an F or TF……. The F ride pretty good if they’ve not leaked all the nitrogen gas outta the suspension spheres and someone has tried to compensate by pumping in to much hydragas fluid in to get the ride height correct.

If it’s a TF then they don’t ride as well a an F with it’s suspension in good condition, but they are more consistent as they age.
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FUEL GAUGE 9 months 2 weeks ago #202171

The early instrument cluster confirms that it is a MK1 F.

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FUEL GAUGE 9 months 2 weeks ago #202180

Your right Cobber I'm definitely more incontinent as I age

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