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Currently when I turn the key on it tells me there is no fuel the low fuel light comes on. It was just a few months ago I changed the sensor out in the tank. The volt gauge tends to start fine but later on drop to 8V even though my battery voltage is 14.2 to 14.5 volts still. 

 

Now I plan on verifying the fuel sender to see if I can measure any ohm resistance at the PCM if so them the sensor is fine by the PCM had failed. Volt gauge I really can't test no way being the voltage is sensed and the reported to the cluster over the CCD network.

 

I might be calling @Auto Computer Specialist and talking to them on warranty call. :rolleyes:

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Thought my gremlins were coming back today. Somewhere on the ride to work my check gauges light came on, not sure when. The volt gauge dropped out. Have a new rebuilt alternator that put on 3 weeks ago or so. I get to work and put my meter on it and shor nuff the Alt is putting out good voltage; Hmmm:think: While checking a bit further I see a small spark on the positive terminal. Check a bit deeper and realize the installer only tightened the charge wire finger tight. Might have to kick that installer square in the arse!!!

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1 hour ago, dripley said:

Might have to kick that installer square in the arse!!!

Don't do it!  You got what you paid for.

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43 minutes ago, IBMobile said:

Don't do it!  You got what you paid for.

You mean nothing, zero, zilch, nada? He does work cheap.

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I get it we are all getting older. When I started this adventure of web based Cummins support I was only 32 when I bought my 2002 Cummins. Now I'm 50 years old and just doing the clutch in the 2006 is kicking my arse more so my back and hips. Yeah I get it if you can get a simple job handled by someone else you would opt for it if the price is cheap enough right? Even the best professionals do make mistakes even like myself I forgot a bolt for an airbox on a customers 2012 truck. :duh: 

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