IS THERE AN ALTERNATE FUEL GUAGE FOR LPG TANKS

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IS THERE AN ALTERNATE FUEL GUAGE FOR LPG TANKS

Postby jexps » 02 Jan 2008, 17:46

HI THERE

I HAD MY T25 CAMPERVAN CONVERTED TO LPG A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO.
I HAD A FUEL GUAGE INSTALLED UNDER MY DASHBOARD WITH SIX LIGHTS TO SHOW THE LEVEL OF THE TANK. IS THERE A BETTER WAY TO SEE THE LEVEL OF THE LPG TANK THAN SMALL LIGHTS WHICH GO OUT WHEN U GO ROUND A BEND ON THE ROAD?
ANY ADVICE WOULD BE APPRECIATED.

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Re: IS THERE AN ALTERNATE FUEL GUAGE FOR LPG TANKS

Postby dannybook » 07 Feb 2010, 21:38

Nope. Thats it im afraid. Mine is the same. You just get used to it and make sure you have some petrol in the tank just in case you run out. When my red light comes on it means my tank is half empty. You can adjust it but it doesn't make alot of difference.
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Re: IS THERE AN ALTERNATE FUEL GUAGE FOR LPG TANKS

Postby Cruz » 10 Feb 2010, 12:56

Mine happily shows all lights all the time even when I run out of LPG

I go off the mileometer
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Re: IS THERE AN ALTERNATE FUEL GUAGE FOR LPG TANKS

Postby Ian Hulley » 10 Feb 2010, 13:00

Set the trip meter and experience will tell you when you need to fill up. I ALWAYS have petrol in anyway, you need to run on it once a month anyway :wink:

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