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Old 08-08-2018, 12:07 PM   #1
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Exclamation Allegro Bus 2011 where are the tank sensors?

Hi, my tank level monitor does not work anymore (Grey & Black). Has anyone an idea where the sensors are located? Can't find them. Thanks in advance.
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Old 08-08-2018, 12:27 PM   #2
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Hi, my tank level monitor does not work anymore (Grey & Black). Has anyone an idea where the sensors are located? Can't find them. Thanks in advance.
More than likely they are on the passenger side behind the non-opening panel with the gravity fill. On some of the earlier coaches, the panel was hinged at the top by removing some screws on the bottom. On later models, there are four screws on each side in the gap between door panels that you remove and lift the panel off. It's not heavy, but best to work with two people to make sure you don't scratch the paint. Also, protect the edges of the paint with some masking tape before you stick a screwdriver in the gap.
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What Lt Dan said perfectly.
Our 2011 Phaeton has all screws no hinge.
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The above reference as to where to find the tank sensors is correct, but if none of your readings work, (black, gray, LP) I'd start at the indicator panel and see if you have power delivered to the panel. If you do, then start tracing grounds. Failure of a single sensor will not kill the whole system. I've lost a single sensor and everything else still worked until I got my sensor working.
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