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    Default Is there a fuel level sensor

    I’m looking for fuel level sensor or something.

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    Default Re: Is there a fuel level sensor

    You can use a USM to do that. In the alternative I have used a unit that converts to ohms to a 5 volt signal like http://www.ironcanyonmotorsports.com/icm-fuel-sender/, this is the method I use. The 5 volt signal goes into the ECU then to the IQ3 logging dash.

    The instructions for using the USM for fuel level http://downloads.racepak.com/pdf/USM_Fuel_Level.pdf

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