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Old 05-31-2009, 02:24 PM   #1
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Fuel Sending unit 2004 Beaver

Where is the Centroid fuel sender located? Is it accessible without removing the fuel tank.
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Jim.....You should have a door behind both front wheels that is not designed to be open. If you look under the door, there should be two screws. Remove the screws and the door will swing up. The Centroid unit is on the driver's side on my coach.

If you're going to adjust it, you need to get some solvent to clean the undercoating off of the top so the adjustment screws are visible.
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We have an 05 Beaver Montery, we had to replace sending unit we raised the motorhome a little turned the wheels to the right and it was a long arm reach but it was easy, sending unit was about $90.00 from Centroid. Rip & Susie
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