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Old 07-24-2012, 06:41 AM   #15
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Had a problem with my turn signals/4way emergency, sometimes they would work, sometimes not. Found that moving the tilt steering wheel to the fully down position, all worked
Removed the housing around the steering wheel, and found the big connector loose. Pushed it back up and worked some slack into the wiring and now everything works as it should Check it out.
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Old 07-24-2012, 03:26 PM   #16
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Called FTL today.
Explained problem with fuel gauge and that sending unit had been replaced.
They said the answer is a new gauge pod (tach/fuel/alternator). Said to explain that to dealer next time it goes in for the fuel gauge problem.
FTL said old PN was W22-00012-020 new PN to order is W22-0012-035.

Haven't tried that yet, will do so this fall when rig goes in for service.
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Called FTL today.
Explained problem with fuel gauge and that sending unit had been replaced.
They said the answer is a new gauge pod (tach/fuel/alternator). Said to explain that to dealer next time it goes in for the fuel gauge problem.
FTL said old PN was W22-00012-020 new PN to order is W22-0012-035.

Haven't tried that yet, will do so this fall when rig goes in for service.
For the record (one trip so far) that new part number W22-00012-035 seems to have fixed the fuel gauge dying problem.
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