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Old 09-13-2016, 09:03 AM   #1
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Dog ate my tank level sensor wires

Maybe this will make some,of you smile but im struggling to find the sensor that the level indicators go to. Im guessing this one was just dangling. Dog ate that, the abs wire and the O2 wire. I can deal with everything except the holding tanks and the propane level indicators. Anyone delt with this?

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Old 09-13-2016, 09:48 AM   #2
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It will be best to let us know what model and make of motorhome you are dealing with. That way we can give you specific details to you issues. A lot of us add this information to our signature line at the bottom of our posts (see below for mine).

Usually the propane tank has a level indicator sending unit on the outside of the tank with 2 wires attached. They are color coded. Also most holding tanks have resistance tabs embedded into the side of the tank so when the water level covers the tab that light will turn on. But it would be better if we knew particulars on your rig.

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Im sorry, i thought i added my signature just for that reason. I must not have saved it. Its a 2005 dutchman express on a ford e450 chassis.
I still have the sensors in the tank but wires are all loose. Ive looked at the propane for a sensor but never found one. Inside shows full all the time on that
Ford 28A E450 Dutchman Express 2005
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You left out the year. Do you know how to edit it ?

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Old 09-14-2016, 11:05 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Clifftall View Post
You left out the year. Do you know how to edit it ?
Thanks Cliff
Maybe i have it,corrected now

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