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    How do I setup my fuel level gauge on my Digital Dash?

    Please don't just give me a link to the Dgital Dash instructions or a link to the I/O Harness, because I already have both. I have the I/O Harness installed, and even have turn signals working. I just can't for the life of me figure out the fuel level gauge. Any help will be greatly appreciated!

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    Well for one, you have to know the Ohms readings of your fuel level sender at empty & full.
    Then you can either select one of the options from the drop down menu,
    or you can select "Custom" and input your own values.
    You can program it to be any numbers you want to see.
    Either in Gallons or in percent or even just a decimal value if you want.
    So you could do 0-16 gallons.
    Or 0-100%
    Or 0.0-1.0
    Or whatever values you want.

    Follow the instruction on page 3 of the manual:
    http://documents.holley.com/199r11021.pdf

    It goes into great detail about how to set it up. You can just type in the first & last cell values,
    (the full and empty Ohms and level values you want), and then hit the linearize button to make it a nice straight graph.

    Then you will need to add a custom gauge to any of the screens, and tell it to use the I/O # 10 for the fuel sender
    Then program the gauge according to how you like it to look.
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    Awesome, thanks!

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    Anyone already using the GPS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Cabral View Post
    Yeah, I'm on YellowBullet too. Was wanting to know if anyone here is actually running it. Doesn't seem to be a lot of people actually using it.

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    It's a fairly new product for the Digital Dash.
    May God's grace bless you in the Lord Jesus Christ.
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    Has anyone had issue with the sensor slowly going to 0 just when the engine is running? I connected the sensor, configured the Digital Dash for my Mopar sender it read 1/4 tank like the factory gauge reads. I added 5 gallons to 3/4 tank, connected it to factory gauge and it reads about the same. All is good. Start the engine and it slowly (in about 60 sec) goes down to 0. Turn the key off and back on the digital fuel gauge reads 3/4 tank. Start the engine slowly goes to 0. I figured I had a ground problem so I ran a jumper to the battery to the body of the sender. Same thing. I'm wondering if anyone else has this problem.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7KLNAewn5E (Devin Vanderhoof - Holley EFI YouTube Tech Video)
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