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Old 09-05-2010, 03:11 PM   #1
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95 ford f53 pace arrow gas gauge quit working. Anth thoughts where to look for problem

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Most likely, the sending unit has gone bad in the fuel tank but diagnosing it be a resistance reading of when the tank is at one level and then again at another level to be sure. Good luck and keep us posted.

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I have a 95 pace arrow 460 motor,under load I have a miss. I change plugs,cap rotor & wires & fuel filter. Some days problem not as bad. Any ideas . thanks bunique.
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Burn't valve or carbon buildup on valves.
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I would buy some SeaFoam fuel/engine treatment and put a 16oz can per 25 gals in to your fuel tank and run it. I've had really good results when using this stuff in baulky gas motors and diesels. You can usually find it at Wally World, Napa and Advanced Auto Parts. Here's a link with some usuage info. Sea Foam | How to Use Sea Foam Motor Treatment
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