Most likely a loose connection, Bob, on either the hot side or ground side, and at the gauge or at the sender. With the Master on while parked on the ground (engine off), try rapping the panel near the gauge, and see what it does. Then try rapping near the transmitter mount. I don't have the books with me here in BAC EAST(!), but the sender is most likely behind an upholstery cover outboard of the right seat, in the inboard end of the tank.

----- Original Message -----
From: Robert Gresli
Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2005 10:27 PM
Subject: [musketeermail] Dancing Fuel Gauge

I went for a nice flight tonight in Skipper 6636E. My first flight away from Hillsboro Airport.

I noticed the left fuel gauge was reading steady. However, the right gauge was dancing all over the place.

Is this due to a bad fuel gauge sender or something else?


Bob Gresli
Skipper 6636E
Hillsboro OR (HIO)

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